England had to settle for sixth spot at the Under 19 World Cup following a seven-wicket defeat to Pakistan in their fifth-place play off.
Sam Curran (83) propelled England to 264-7 after Dan Lawrence and Jack Burnham, the side's top run scorers in the competition, fell for nought and two respectively.
However, Pakistan completed the highest successful run chase of the 2016 tournament - and the fourth highest in the event's history - with 41 balls to spare, Zeeshan Malik (93) setting the platform before Saif Badar (75no) and Hasan Mohsin (39no) sealed the win.
Burnham had scored three hundreds in five games in the competition, including 109 last time out against Namibia, but was bowled in the sixth over after Lawrence had snicked behind from the fourth ball of the match.
Opener Tom Moores (47 from 39) scored briskly after England were put into bat, before Curran's stands of 52 with Callum Taylor (33) and 75 with captain Brad Taylor (37) swelled the team's total.
Brad Taylor and George Garton (20) smashed 48 from 5.5 overs towards the death but Pakistan had few troubles chasing down England's score, losing only Gauar Hafeez (18), Shadab Khan (17) and Malik to the bowling of Garton, Mason Crane and Curran respectively.
Watch the 2016 Under 19 World Cup Final between India and West Indies from 2.30am, Sunday, Sky Sports 5. The third-place play-off between Sri Lanka and hosts Bangladesh is live from 2.30am, Saturday, Sky Sports 3.