Pakistan’s team skipper Shahid Afridi explained his side were pleased to play their WC knockout phase games in India despite before voicing issues about safety.”It is not important to us where we participate our quarter final.
The greatest problem for us was to be eligible for the knockout level and we have performed that now,” skipper explained. “We’re prepared to play our quarter-final at almost any place now,” the veteran all-rounder mentioned.
Shahid Afridi had began a argument in Pakistan cricket sectors before in the contest when he explained that his side would prefer to stay away from playing their knockout games in India and desired to stay in Sri Lanka. Afridi had reasoned that taking part in India would bring more stress on the cricketers due to the tight relationships between the 2 countries. “That is a issue of history. At this time we’re just pleased to make the quarter-final and if we stay in our self-confident mode then it is not important where our quarter-final location is,” skipper explained right after an very clear change of view.