Pakistan took a 1-0 lead in the series after beating England by 75 runs at Lord's, as Misbah-ul-Haq's irrepressible side took the ten wickets they required for victory on the fourth day
The one constant in Pakistan cricket is the inherent quality and variety of the bowling. The use of the ball, its leather and its seam, is a culture, forensically explored and widely envied
Misbah-ul-Haq said it had been a 'remarkable turnaround' for Pakistan after they secured a 75-run victory at Lord's, six years after leaving the ground in disgrace following the spot-fixing scandal
Themes of redemption had been constant for Pakistan in the build-up to what proved to be an epic first Test, but it was only in their moment of victory that their win could be understood.
Pakistan's thrilling triumph at Lord's was underscored by their captain's serenity
England played a full part in a compelling Test, but if they are to continue to evolve as a Test side the top order has to shape matches
Stats highlights from Pakistan's memorable 75-run win at Lord's
Pakistan thrilled one and all in their first Test at Lord's since 2010, giving their fans the experience of a lifetime
Yasir Shah took his tally to six wickets in the innings as England were dismissed for 272 on the third morning at Lord's, a useful lead for Pakistan of 67 runs
For a while in the afternoon session it appeared Pakistan were losing their way but, after his role with the ball, Yasir Shah played a starring role again
From the fringes of the Test side, Chris Woakes has now become indispensable in the space of three matches and at Lord's has produced a display full of character.
Stats highlights from Lord's where Chris Woakes became the first England bowler since Ian Botham in 1978 to take two five-fors in a Test at Lord's.
On an absorbing sunny Saturday, in front of a packed and rapt full house, Pakistan's second innings listed and creaked but they hauled themselves to a dominant position
Steven Finn could be left wondering who he had offended as he remained wicketless
Yasir Shah followed the lead of his captain to give Pakistan the edge after two days of the first Test at Lord's
If there was any notion that England would be challenged less by spin on home soil, that was banished by Yasir Shah's first day with the ball of the series.
Stats highlights from Lord's where Alastair Cook passed Sunil Gavaskar as the highest scoring opener and Yasir Shah took his fifth five-for in Tests.
Yasir Shah had a memorable day at Lord's as his five for rattle England on the second day of the first Test between England and Pakistan.
Amid the nervous tension, frustration and elation, Mohammad Amir finally drew a line under his Lord's story
Mushtaq Ahmed was the previous legpsinner to get on the Lord's honours board so it was fitting he could watch Yasir Shah join him
What happened that day in 2010 will follow Mohammad Amir for the rest of his life, but he is young enough - and good enough - to ensure also ends up remembered for his cricket.
Misbah-ul-Haq's unbeaten century on his first Test in England led his side into a strong position on the opening day at Lord's as they closed on 282 for 6
The form of Chris Woakes means he will be increasingly hard to drop which is making Steven Finn vulnerable, while Misbah-ul-Haq's command of Moeen Ali is a concern.
The merits, or otherwise, of putting cricketers through military-style 'boot camps' have been debated at length over the years.
Here was the Pakistan captain, the mere 15 years into his career, the mere 42 years into his life, striding to the wicket with his team needing him.
From Jake Ball's debut to Misbah's century, here are the match in pictures.
Stats highlights from the first day's play at Lord's where Misbah and Shafiq rescued Pakistan after a false start
Their openers aren't reliable, their tail is weak, and their fielding isn't impressive. Does that stop them from winning Tests spectacularly? Of course not
At Lord's we saw three in-between scores of the sort that are as likely to annoy the selectors as excite them
Just in case you were wondering which team has dominated the longest format of the game over the past 21 months...
Misbah showed the way on day one, and the whole Pakistan team celebrated with push-ups after their Lord's win. But is it the best of the lot? Vote for your choice
Pakistan legspinner Yasir Shah relives his success at Lord's and talks about what it's like to be acclaimed as the world's best spinner
Yasir Shah, the Pakistan legspinner who took a 10-for at Lord's to lead his team to a famous victory over England, has climbed up to the top of the ICC rankings for bowlers.
Lord's presented us with a fine study in his methods, where bowler and captain showcase their styles while sticking to a larger plan
Forty-two-year-old Misbah-ul-Haq, playing his first Test in England, struck a glorious century and stood out as a magnificent aberration
England expect James Anderson to be fit for selection for the second Test in Manchester
Few of the players involved in the opening Test will know the surroundings of St John's Wood quite as well as him
The absence of Ben Stokes and James Anderson gives Pakistan an early opportunity but England have batting depth which could prove crucial
A stats preview of the England-Pakistan Test at Lord's, where Mohammad Amir is set to return to Test cricket for the first time since the spot-fixing scandal in 2010
ESPNcricinfo previews the first Test between England and Pakistan at Lord's.
Runs by Pakistan openers in this innings; they have failed to total 50 runs in their last ten Test innings in England.
Number of batsmen who had got a duck and a hundred in their first Test at Lord's before Misbah-ul-Haq: Sid Barnes, Charlie Davis and Dilip Vengsarkar.
Younis Khan's strike rate in his innings of 25 - his second lowest in an innings in Tests when he has faced 50 or more balls.
First-class wickets for Chris Woakes. He got his 400th wicket when he dismissed Azhar Ali earlier in this innings.
No.of times England pacers have taken a ten-wicket haul at Lord's in the last 50 years including Woakes. Botham v NZ in 1978 and Broad v WI in 2012 are the others to do it
Last time before Woakes an England bowler took two five-fors in a Test at Lord's. Ian Botham took 6/101 and 5/39 against NZ on that occasion.
Instances of teams scoring 282 or more in a successful chase in the 4th innings of a Lord's Test: WI (342 in 1984), and England (282 v NZ in 2004)
Cook's average in his last 15 fourth innings in Tests; he has only three fifties, with a highest of 63
Average opening stand in this Test, the fourth lowest in a Lord's Test since 2000; two of the four lowest have been in Tests involving Pakistan
James Vince's previous highest Test score in 5 innings; he had scored only 70 in those five innings, at an average of 14
Number of batsmen dismissed in the 40s in this Test, the joint 2nd highest in Test history. The highest is 8, Eng v Aus, Edgbaston, 1989
Wickets for Yasir Shah, his first 10-for in Tests; his previous best was 9 for 155
Pakistan's win-loss record v Eng in Tests at Lord's; only Australia, with a 15-7 record, have done better