An ill-timed low for England
1 Pakistan have entered the final of the Champions Trophy for the first time in eight tournaments. Their previous best finish was semi-finals in 2000, 2004 and 2009. The last time Pakistan made the finals of am ICC ODI tournament was the 1999 World Cup.
2013 The last time Pakistan successfully chased a target of more than 200 with only two or fewer wickets lost, against Sri Lanka in Abu Dhabi.
10 Wickets for fast bowler Hasan Ali in this tournament - the most. He surpassed Josh Hazlewood's tally of nine. Hasan's wickets are also the most by any Pakistan bowler in a Champions Trophy, going past Saeed Ajmal's eight wickets in 2009.
8 Three-wicket hauls by Hasan in 20 ODIs, including three in his last three games - 3 for 24 against South Africa, 3 for 43 against Sri Lanka and 3 for 35 in this match. All other Pakistan bowlers have managed only seven such hauls since Hasan's debut. Hasan's 39 wickets are the most for a Pakistan bowler after 20 matches; Sarfaraz Nawaz had 36 after 20 games.
15 Number of boundaries hit by England - their fewest in a completed innings since the 2015 World Cup. All those boundaries were only fours and no sixes. Of the 15 fours, only three were hit in the last 20 overs and just one in the last ten overs.
0 Instances of England going without a six for 25 overs since the last World Cup. The last time they did not hit a six an ODI facing those many overs was against New Zealand in the World Cup. England averaged more than six sixes per game in this period.
4.23 Run rate of England's innings - their second lowest in a completed innings since the World Cup. Their average run rate was 6.29 since the 2015 World Cup.
2010 The last time an England player faced more balls in an innings without hitting a boundary before the 64 balls by Ben Stokes in this game. Paul Collingwood scored 47 off 71 balls without any boundary against Pakistan in Southampton.
2008 The last time Pakistan's top four batsmen scored 30 or more in an ODI chase. They had chased 211 against Bangladesh in Dhaka with similar contributions from their top four. Overall, this was only the tenth such instance for Pakistan.
Bharath Seervi is stats sub-editor at ESPNcricinfo. @SeerviBharath