Pakistan produced the biggest upset of the ICC Champions Trophy, beating England in the Cardiff semi-final.
England – undefeated so far – were heavily favoured to win, but were dismissed for 211. Pakistan (2/215) lost only two wickets chasing the target in 37.1 overs.
Hasan Ali took 3/35 in 10 overs, supported by Junaid Khan (2/42) and Rumman Raees Khan (2/44).
Joe Root (46 runs off 56 balls) and Jonny Bairstow (43 off 57) top-scored for England.
Openers Azhar Ali (76 off 100) and Fakhar Zaman (57 off 58) compiled 118 in 21 overs, ensuring an easy chase for Pakistan.
Pakistan will play either India or Bangladesh in The Oval final on Sunday.