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 worldwide hundred coming in just his fourth match at this level.
Mohammad Amir then reduced India to 33 for three by dismissing their much-vaunted top three, with Rohit Sharma out for a duck and opposing skipper Virat Kohli, the world's top-ranked ODI batsman, falling for just five.
Amir, who missed Pakistan's eight-wicket semi-final win over England with a back spasm, finished with three wickets for 16 runs in six overs.
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He complained that the "mainstream media" was unwilling to call the attack a terrorist incident for many hours. Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn said on Twitter that he was "totally shocked" after the incident.
"We just had to keep believing. they kept on believing, trusting their roles (and) trusting the game-plan that "Saffy" (Sarfraz) and I had set up", said Arthur for whom this was a first major tournament success after spells in charge of both his native South Africa and Australia. Hopefully, this win, everyone will remember not [just] today or tomorrow, but for a very long time.When we arrived here, we were ranked 8th, and now, we are the champions.
Left-arm fast bowler Amir, whose career was nearly ended on the other side of London's River Thames by a ban and jail term he received for his part in a spot-fixing scam during a 2010 Test against England at Lord's, was superb.
"They outplayed us, they were more intense and passionate on the day", he said.
Specifically pointing out the performance of Fakhar Zaman, Shadab Khan and Hasan Ali, Sarfraz said he was quite glad with the way they performed in the tournament and guided Pakistan to victory.
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However, before Castile could complete his sentence, Yanez pulled out his gun and said: "Don't pull it out". The officer ordered Castile not to draw it out, with Castile repeatedly saying he was not reaching for it.
The collapse continued when left-handed opener Dhawan was caught behind off Amir.
"But if there is one thing you can say about the Pakistan cricket team, it is that it exists to confound everyone". Having lost the three cheaply, the Indians quickly slipped to 54-5 and even though the big-hitting Hardik Pandya tried to lift them with a 43-ball 76, it was only a matter of time before the innings caved in.
The left-hander failed to let the horror mix-up deter him - striking Ravindra Jadeja for six over long on and following up with a brace of boundaries as Pakistan raced up to 150 in the 26th over. He shared an opening stand of 128 with Azhar Ali, who was run-out after making 59 off 79 balls.
But veteran all-rounder Mohammad Hafeez's quickfire 57 not out, including three sixes, then took Pakistan well beyond 300.
He was eventually out when he sliced medium-pacer Pandya to Jadeja, running back from point.
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Mohammad Hafeez - with a 34-ball 50 - and Babar Azam chipped in too to ensure Pakistan turned the promise into substance. The left-hander was literally brutal as he smashed 12 fours and 3 massive sixes during the course of the innings.
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