The question is pretty clear for Pakistan: Hafeez
Pakistan captain Mohammad Hafeez said Saturday he is pleased archrival India has secured a semifinal berth at the World Twenty20 because it gives other teams a clear scenario of what's needed to join them in the next stage.
"India has played very good cricket so far and it's good they are through and the rest of the teams know what it will take to advance," Hafeez said on the eve of Pakistan's next Group 2 game against Bangladesh. "The picture is very clear. We have to win every game to enter the semifinals."
Pakistan lost to India by seven wickets but defeated Australia by 16 runs in a high-scoring game. It now needs to beat both Bangladesh and the West Indies to advance.
India has won its first three games and is due to play Australia in the other game on Sunday. "There's no chance of making any mistakes and we're ready for that," Hafeez said. "Our guys showed great character in the last game and we've really trained hard over the last six days and worked on our weaknesses. I feel the building up for the crucial stage of the tournament has gone off very well."