After Pakistan's Kamran Ashraf had taken advantage of slack defensive play to put his side two goals ahead and England had wasted five penalty corners, England's second-half prospects were looking bleak.
Two penalty corner conversions from Calum Giles within eight minutes put Britain on terms and a follow-up by Jason Lee at another corner gave them the lead. Pakistan now threw everything forward, winning a number of penalty corners and Danish Kaleem finally beat David Luckes. A penalty stroke five minutes from time was neatly placed in by Russell Garcia for the winning goal.
PAKISTAN: Mansoor Ahmed; Danish Kaleem; Tarig Imram, Mohammad Usman, Mohammad Khalid Snr, Mohammad Waseem; Mohammad Khalid Jnr, Tahir Zaman, Kamran Ashraf, Mohammad Sarwar, Barbar Abdullah. Substitute used: Rahim Khan.
ENGLAND: D Luckes (East Grinstead); J Wyatt (Reading, capt); G Fordham (Hounslow), A Humphrey (Cannock), Soma Singh (Southgate); B Sharpe (Cannock), J Pidcock (Cannock), B Waugh (Southgate); R Garcia (HDM Netherlands); B Crutchley (Cannock), J Lee (Old Loughtonians). Substitutes used: C Giles (Laren), P McGuire (Teddington), D Woods (Southgate), D Hall (Guildford).
Umpires: F Idenburg (Neth) and M Bolel (SA).