Leicestershire off-spinner Rob Sayer put in a good performance but England u19s were beaten by Pakistan by 97 runs in the tri-nations final in the UAE.
Sayer picked up 1-38 off his 10 overs as Pakistan were restricted to 247-7. Surrey's Jack Winslade finished as leading wicket-taker by snaring 3-58.
England's reply never really got going and the team were bowled out for 150 in 40 overs. Wicket-keeper Joe Clarke top-scored with 43, while Sayer made 8 (27b) batting at number eight.
It meant Pakistan won all seven matches of the tournament, and the teams will now prepare for the u19 World Cup which is also taking place in UAE in February and March.
England will come across UAE again in the group stages - they beat the team twice in three matches in this competition - and will also tackle New Zealand and Sri Lanka.
England under 19s will tackle Pakistan u19s in the final of the tri-nations tournament in the UAE. Both sides were assured a place in the showpiece game before today's final group match, which Pakistan won by 90 runs.
Leicestershire's Rob Sayer took 1-55 from ten overs of off spin as Pakistan posted 229-8 from their 50-over allocation. In reply, England were bowled out for 139 inside 42 overs.
Surrey's Dominic Sibley top-scored with 39, while Sayer was unable to get off the mark unfortunately. Pakistan therefore ended with a 100% record in the round-robin stage, and the final of the competition will be played on Sunday.