LONDON - England captain Alastair Cook revealed that he did not like the celebration of the Pakistan cricket team after visitor’s historic victory at Lord’s on Sunday.

Pakistani players, led by Misbah-ul-Haq did a series of push-ups after their 75-run victory over hosts to celebrate their triumph and pay tribute to army who helped them during a fitness camp before the tour.

The losing captain was quoted by Cricket Australia website where the 31-year-old said that he will use the memory of the Pakistan team’s celebration as motivation ahead of the second Test, which will start from Friday at Old Trafford.

“It’s never nice losing at Lord’s, and seeing the opposition celebrating like they were at the end, so we’ll use that as motivation,” said Cook.

“You don’t take offence, but certainly at that emotive time in the first 20 minutes or so after the game, it isn’t pleasant viewing when you’ve just lost,” he added.

He further said: “It’s not pleasant, they’re entitled to do what they want. It’s united them and shows what a challenge we’ve got.”

Cook admitted there being a “bitter taste” in the dressing room after losing to a side that was drastically unfit only two months ago.

“We weren’t good enough today,” Cook said post-match. “It wasn’t to be. It’s really frustrating but we’ve lost games of cricket before and bounced back.”

Cook slammed his batsmen for being too naive against the Pakistan attack, while also citing their embarrassment against Shah who dominated on a ground that is not generally known to have a deck suited for spinners.

Cook was confident his team would make a comeback and assured they will review their tactics for the upcoming game at Old Trafford, which is expected to have a spin-friendly pitch on offer. “We’re really confident we can beat them but we have to play better.”