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


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


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


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


Pakistan veteran Younis Khan bats during the Test. AP


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


Yasir Shah celebrates taking the catch of Joe Root. AP


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


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

Updated Date: Jul 18, 2016 11:55 AM

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