Mohammad Abbas and Shadab Khan took four wickets apiece as Pakistan wrapped up a nine-wicket win in their tour match against Northamptonshire.
Seamer Abbas claimed 4-62 after going wicketless in the first innings while 19-year-old leg-spinner Shadab ended with 10 wickets in the match, his second innings 4-80 added to his 6-77 in the first.
Having begun the day five down, Northants were bowled out for 301, leaving Pakistan 133 to win. Azhar Ali was run out early but Imam-ul-Haq (59no) and Haris Sohail (55no) then put on 120 for the second wicket to get the tourists over the line in just 27 overs.
Northants had started the day on 240-5 with Rob Newton resuming on 102. The hosts' opener (118) was the first wicket to fall though, trapped lbw by Abbas, who repeated the trick to Steven Crook and then bowled Rob Keogh before Shadab mopped up the tail with two wickets in two balls.
After the early loss of Azhar, Imam and Sohail scored quickly and knocked off the runs with relative ease. Pakistan now head over to Ireland for the hosts' first ever Test - a game that you can watch live on Sky Sports Cricket from 10.55am on Friday.