Pakistan cricket team conquered the Lord's Cricket Stadium in London as they beat England by nine wickets on day four of the first Test. Pakistan leads the series 1-0 in the two-test match series.

England started day four at 235 for 6, with a lead of 56 runs. It wasn't too long before the Pakistani pacers Mohammad Amir, and Mohammad Abbas took two wickets each to bowl England out for 242, as they added only seven runs from the overnight score. Amir and Abbas ended with four wickets each in the second innings.

Pakistan chases a low target

Pakistan was set a low target of 64 runs, but they didn't start well as they lost Azhar Ali lbw for just four runs to James Anderson.

After an early blow, Haris Sohail (39 runs) and Iman-ul-Haq (18 runs) steadied the ship for Pakistan as they cruised to victory with nine wickets in hand.

Mohammad Abbas got the Man of the Match award for his total of eight wickets in the match.

Former Pakistan captain Wasim Akram said it was a collective work of captain Sarfaraz Ahmed, coach Mickey Arthur, and the team which resulted in this victory. Former England captain Micheal Vaughan said it was a high-class show by Pakistan in the English conditions.

Pakistan coach Mickey Arthur said that it was the young players who stepped up and delivered for them which ensured they beat England in this test match.

Senior Pakistan cricketers Shahid Afridi, Mohammad Hafeez, Umar Gul, Sohail Tanveer and experts like Ramiz Raza, Isa Guha, Anjum Chopra, and Russell Arnold hailed Pakistan for their victory on Twitter.

There were praises from all over the world for their superb bowling and batting performance. In fact, England captain, Joe Root, after the match went on to say that Pakistan outplayed them in every department of the game.

Here are some of the tweets on Pakistan's victory over England at the Lord's:

The second Test begins at Headingley on Friday, June 1, 2018.

It will be interesting to see if England will bounce back or if Pakistan will continue dominating them.

Suspension threat hangs over Sarfraz Ahmed

Pakistan skipper Sarfraz is facing a one-Test ban after his team was penalised for a slow over-rate during the Test. They were judged to be three overs short of the time at the end of the Test. If Pakistan falls short of another minor overrate in the next 12 months, then the skipper will be banned for one Test.

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