Defending 127, Australia were facing one of their earliest exits from the tournament as their opponents raced to 0-45 from seven overs.
That was before the South Australian leggie snaffled 8-35 from 9.4 overs – the best spell in an Under-19 World Cup – to skittle England for just 96.
Australian batsman Jason Sangha earlier gave his team something to defend, knocking 58 runs from 91 balls.
What Lloyd Pope has done to England today at the #U19CWC is pretty unbelievable. MORE: https://t.co/jmzcHWsrSm pic.twitter.com/iOencM8EdF
— cricket.com.au (@CricketAus) January 23, 2018
This Lloyd Pope wrong’un can absolutely get out. #U19CWC pic.twitter.com/QsvpDcHWBG
— Ethan (@ethan_meldrum) January 23, 2018
White smoke coming from the chimney of the Sistine Chapel…cricket has a new Pope …Lloyd Pope …a Jaffa headed 18 year old leg spinner from Adelaide …just took a lazy 8 wickets to beat England in Under 19 World Cup quarter final…his wrong-un accounted for 6 Poms .
— Kerry O’Keeffe (@kokeeffe49) January 23, 2018
– with AAP