England all-rounder Stuart Broad insists the spot-fixing storm surrounding Pakistan has not taken the shine off his Lord's heroics.
Broad scored 169 - his maiden first-class century - as he shared a record eighth-wicket stand of 332 with Jonathan Trott.
The fourth Test victory, though, was overshadowed after allegations appeared in a Sunday newspaper against three Pakistan players - Salman Butt, Mohammad Asif and Mohammad Amir, all of whom have been subsequently charged by the ICC.
Broad, though, insists he will not let his memories of the achievement be tarnished by the accusations.
"It was a world record partnership," he said. "It got us back in the game and it's something that I'll remember very fondly.
"I'm not going to let it be dampened by the allegations.
"It took the delight a little bit out of the win, but we just need to focus on what we're doing."
England moved on from the Test series to claim a five-wicket win in first Twenty20 international in Cardiff.
And Broad claims that the England side have refused to let off-field matters affect them.
"There was a lot of media coverage, but at the end of the day we're cricketers," he said.
"We just need to focus on getting our skills right. As a team we did that fantastically this week.
"We adapted to conditions really well. The pitch was spinning the spinners bowled fantastically well and kept us in the game.
"What we're really pleased with was the standard of our fielding. On the ground we were fantastic."