Young Pakistani cricketers celebrate their win with press-ups in India

Shukriya Pakistan

Young Pakistanis imitated their heroes in India after winning the Rajive Gandhi U-15 tournament in Chennai by lining up and performing push-ups, Dawn reported.

Pakistan’s national cricket team celebrated their victory at Lord’s after 20 years in a unique manner by lining up, saluting and performing press-ups to tribute their army trainers.

Customs Cricket Academy (CCA) U-15 team won a 12-team Rajiv Gandhi tournament by defeating a strong opposition, Tamilnadu in the final by 42 runs.

The tournament had 11 Indian state teams, while one team from Pakistan that eventually lifted the trophy.

CCA batted first and put up a handsome total of 129 runs on the board and got their opponents all-out on a score of just 87 runs.

Saim Ayub and Badar Quraishi remained the highest scorer for Customs Cricket Academy with scores of 52 and 18 respectively.

On the other hand, Qureshi and Adnan played a significant role in rattling their opposition’s batting line by taking two wickets each.

Shayam Sunder remained the highest scorer for Tamilnadu with 38 runs.