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Following are five key moments that helped Pakistan win the Champions Trophy for the first time with a crushing 180-run victory over holders India at The Oval on Sunday.

The two sides' most recent encounter was their tournament opener earlier this month, where India thrashed Pakistan by 124 runs.

Pakistan thrashed arch-rivals India by 180 runs to win the worldwide cricket tournament at The Oval in London, U.K. on Sunday.

Zaman was brilliant but Amir overshadowed him with a game-changing opening spell that accounted for Rohit Sharma, Virat Kohli and Shikhar Dhawan.

They were eventually dismissed for 158 in reply to Pakistan's 338 for four, which featured Zaman's 114, the left-handed opener's maiden one-day global hundred coming in just his fourth match at this level.

If left-handed opener Fakhar rode his luck at times, he also produced an array of superb shots, notably in a first-wicket stand of 128 with Azhar Ali.

Babar Azam also chipped in with a solid 46 and Mohammad Hafeez, often criticised for slow-scoring, struck three sixes in a punchy unbeaten 57 that left India high and dry.

114 Zaman's score, the fourth-highest by a Pakistan batsman in a World Cup or Champions Trophy game, and the first hundred for Pakistan in the final of these tournaments. "They proved it again, they can upset anyone on their day, disappointing for us but I have a smile on my face because we played well to reach the final", Kohli said.

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Hasan Ali, who kick-started Pakistan's revival in their group win over top-ranked South Africa, ended the match when he had Jasprit Bumrah caught by gleeful captain and wicket-keeper Sarfraz Ahmed.

"If India keeps playing like this then Pakistan have no chance of winning", said a cricket enthusiast from Delhi.

It appeared India, chasing 339 to win, had had a lucky break when Kohli, the world's leading one-day worldwide batsman, was dropped on five by first slip Azhar Ali off Amir.

After being reduced to 33-3 and then 72-6, India were never really in the contest despite a fighting 43-ball 76 from Hardik Pandya. Pakistan bowled first in its previous four Trophy matches, and only once in Trophy history has a team batting first won the final; India in 2013.

Shadab took his second wicket sending Kedar Jadhav back to the pavilion in the 16th over.

Pakistan had to earn their win and they made us make mistakes.

Veteran Yuvraj Sindh was deceived by young leggie Shadab Khan while former captain MS Dhoni fell to Hasan Ali. "Mohammad Amir is fit and he is back." says Sarfraz Ahmed.

India continued to lose wickets at the regular intervals.

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