Pakistan pulled off an unlikely first Test victory over England at Lord's and then produced one of the most bizarre celebration routines you are ever likely to see on a sporting field.
The entire squad formed two lines in front of Lord's famous Pavilion, and then proceeded to embark on a choreographed (sort of) push-ups routine.
A brilliant finish to a brilliant test! A victorious Pakistan team show they've still got plenty left in the tank! https://t.co/M1VyaEWRb7
-- Sky Sports Cricket (@SkyCricket) July 17, 2016
It probably didn't rival Iceland's 'Viking Thunder-Clap' celebration from Euro 2016 for spine-tingling inspiration, but it was definitely entertaining as the tourists revelled in an against-the-odds 75-run victory.
-- Piers Morgan (@piersmorgan) July 17, 2016
Remarkable scenes at Lord's, the entire Pakistan team have just completed a set of push-ups in front of the member's pavilion! #ENGvPAK
-- Fawad Khan (@Fawadkhan145) July 17, 2016
-- Prasanna Venkatesh (@pressiprasana) July 17, 2016
-- Abdul Rahman (@ALBelluci) July 17, 2016
Those push-ups in the end. That was the best thing I've seen on a cricket field in a while. Take a bow, Misbah and Pakistan! #ENGvPAK
-- Saket Parekar (@saketparekar) July 17, 2016
Without doubt one of the greatest moments in Pakistan's cricketing history. Everything was beautiful, down to the military push ups finale !
-- Shahab Qutub (@ShahabQutub) July 17, 2016
Earlier in the Test match 42-year-old skipper Misbah-ul-Haq had performed the same routine when he scored a century in what is apparently a nod to the Pakistan Army - whom the team embarked on a boot camp with before the tour.
Pakistan team pays an awesome tribute to Pak Army for the boot camp training before the tour. Push ups everyone. #PAKvENG
-- Amadsaleem (@Amadsaleem2) July 17, 2016
Going on this evidence it clearly worked.