1930 BST: Check out the latest standings here, with six teams now on two points and England missing the chance to go top of the pile. Eoin Morgan pinpoints the fielding as the difference between the two sides, probably quite correctly, while Joe Root reckons his might have been a #MatchLosingHundred, which is probably a bit harsh tbf. After the early wickets, England were always pretty much all-in on a Buttler special. Basically, Root provided Buttler with the loaves and fishes. 1848 BST: England 334/9 (50 overs) – PAKISTAN WIN BY 14 RUNS! The equation comes down to 19 from one ball. Wahab just jogs in off four paces and lets Wood have four of them. Tits to NRR, and it’s a brilliant 14-run win for Pakistan that snaps their 11-match winless streak in what is, in hindsight, the most obvious way possible. Unleash all the cliches. The mad mercurial loons. Superb game, just like yesterday’s, and just what the tournament needed after three successive mismatches. 1845 BST: England 324/9 (49 overs) England need 25 from the last over. Wood and Rashid will have to score them. More likely, a Wahab hat-trick. Wood on strike… WICKET! Jofra Archer c Wahab Riaz b Mohammad Amir 1 (2 balls, SR: ...