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Pakistan end 20-year long wait at Lord’s: Here’s a look at their previous three wins

This is the fourth time Pakistan have beat England at Lord's in a Test match. Let's relive the previous three wins.

By: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Updated: July 18, 2016 3:39:36 pm
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Pakistan beat England at Lord’s to take a 1-0 lead in 4-match Test series. This is the fourth instance where Pakistan have emerged victorious at Lord’s. Here are the previous three glorious moments of Pakistan’s Test cricket.

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England vs Pakistan (1982)

The first time Pakistan grabbed a win at Lord’s was back in 1982 when they won by 10 wickets. Riding on Mohsin Khan’s double ton Pakistan scored a massive 428 in the first innings and then wrapped English team for 227 and 276 in the respective innings. Pakistan openers then chased down the target of 76 runs without losing a wicket.

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England vs Pakistan (1992)

Pakistan had to wait for a Lord’s glory for a full decade. The second instance of a Test win in Lord’s for Pakistan came in 1992 when they won the match by 2 wickets. The low scoring game didn’t see much of big performances but Waqar Younis came up with a five-for against the hosts.

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England vs Pakistan (1996)

Four years later, the 1992 World champions were in full song. Riding on Inzamam-ul-Haq’s hundred, Pakistan scored massive 300+ in the first innings and then another 350+ in the second. Visiting bowlers didn’t leave any stone un-turned and dismissed England for 243 runs and win the match by 164 runs.

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