Pakistan's entire squad did push-ups on the Lord's outfield to celebrate beating England


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.

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.

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.

Going on this evidence it clearly worked.