Pakistan win Hong Kong Sixes title
Abdul Razzaq (63 not out) and Sohail Tanvir (58) were the top scorers for Pakistan, as they set a target of 155 in their six overs at the Kowloon Cricket Club.
England, however, lost wickets regularly before being bowled out with two balls left in the final eight-ball over.
The victory saw Pakistan draw level with England as the team with the most number of wins at the big-hitting event -- each on five.
"We are delighted to have matched England with five wins a piece. But we want to make it six next year," the Daily Times quoted Razzaq, as saying.
The Hong Kong Sixes is an annual 10-team international (12 since 2011) cricket tournament fully sanctioned by the International Cricket Council (ICC).
The tournament is made for television, with rules and a venue that encourage aggressive batting and high scoring. Because every player (except the wicket-keeper) is required to bowl one over, the format suits all-rounders.