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Pakistan celebrated their win in unique army push-ups celebration, in what was a memorable win for the visitors Getty Images

Pakistan registered their first Test cricket win at Lord’s after almost 20 years, since 1996, as they thrashed England in the first Test of 2016, at the same venue by 75 runs, thus creating history. It was Pakistan’s first match in England since 2010, following their controversial spot-fixing cases against three cricketers, as Mohammad Aamer was the only bowler to have returned to the venue since the infamous scandal. He was indeed a hit in the game, but it was Yasir Shah, who claimed a total of 10 wickets in the game, as Pakistan celebrated their win in unique army push-ups celebration, in what was a memorable win for the visitors. LIVE CRICKET SCORECARD: England vs Pakistan 2016, 1st Test match at Lord s

After what seemed to be a gripping session of cricket from both Pakistan and England, the visitors completed a memorable Test win at Mecca of Cricket. Chasing 283 runs to win England were bundled out for 207 on Day 4 in 1st Test at Lord s to hand Pakistan a 75-run win. It was Yasir Shah s brilliance which gave Pakistan the victory in the final session of play after Jonny Bairstow and Chris Woakes provided resistance for most of the final session. Yasir picked up the key wicket of Bairstow, who looked absolutely solid in his defense, only to have that one lapse of judgement. After Bairstow s wicket it was Mohammad Aamer who cleaned up the tail picking up 2-quick wickets in succession. LIVE CRICKET UPDATES: England vs Pakistan 2016, 1st Test match at Lord s

Pakistan team celebrated their victory over England with an unusual celebration when the squad performed a series of push-ups. Younis Khan led the squad in performing a routine, followed by a salute in front of Lord s famous pavilion. Pakistan started the Test on a positive note winning the toss on Day 1 which was highlighted by skipper Misbah-ul-Haq s hundred His debut at Lord s.