Pakistan won the final of the Hong Kong Super Sixes tournament by beating England by 35 runs on Sunday.
England won the toss and elected to bowl first. Pakistan made a challenging total of 154 runs in the allotted five overs.
Abdul Razzaq was the top scorer for Pakistan. Umar Akmal was the pick of the bowlers and took three wickets. While, Hammad Azam claimed two wickets.
Akmal was named the man of the series for his brilliant efforts with the bat and the ball.
Earlier in the first semi-final of the day, England had beaten Srilanka by seven runs.
Akmal and Sohail Tanveer – two more discarded players from the Test squad which faces Sri Lanka later this month – were among the seven-member squad. Ramiz Raja, Hammad Azam, Yasir Shah and Sharjeel Khan are the others.
Pakistan, who finished runners-up to Australia in the Super Sixes last year, were placed in Group C with South Africa, India and Hong Kong.
Australia, England, Bangladesh and Ireland comprise Group B while an All Star team, Sri Lanka, New Zealand and Scotland form Group A.
The Hong Kong Sixes was first held in 1992 and is sanctioned by the International Cricket Council. Pakistan won the inaugural event, then again in 1997, 2001 and 2002.