A Test to remember: Pakistan celebrate military-style after beating England at Lord’s

Britain Cricket - England v Pakistan - First Test - Lord?s - 17/7/16 Pakistan's players as they celebrate winning the first test Action Images via Reuters / Andrew Boyers Livepic

Hats off: How the Pakistan team celebrated their win over England in the first Test at Lord's. Misbah-ul-Haq's side went on an army boot camp before the tour to improve their infamously poor fitness, and senior batsman Younis Khan led the squad in performing a routine of press-ups followed by a military-style salute in front of the ground's famous Pavilion. Reuters

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The Pakistan team celebrate by doing push-ups on the pitch, a tribute to the military camp they attended. Captain Misbah-ul-Haq had celebrated in similar fashion on the opening day on Thursday after reaching a hundred that helped set up his team's 75-run win. AP

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Pakistan's Yasir Shah celebrates after a wicket. Shah's return of 10 for 141, including second-innings figures of four for 69, was pivotal to Pakistan's 75-run win over England. AP

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England's Jake Ball is run-out by Pakistan's Wahab Riaz. AP

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Pakistan veteran Younis Khan bats during the Test. AP

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England's Chris Woakes celebrates taking the wicket of Pakistan's Azhar Ali. One consolation for England was the form of all-rounder Chris Woakes who had excellent match figures of 11 for 102. AP

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Yasir Shah celebrates taking the catch of Joe Root. AP

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England's Johnny Bairstow is bowled out by Pakistan's Yasir Shah during day four, a pivotal moment that led to Pakistan's win. AP

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The Pakistan team celebrate winning their match against England on day four at Lord's. AP