: Pakistan all-rounder Mohammad Hafeez said his team would try and capitalise on India's ‘weak bowling'.
Speaking to the media ahead of Sunday's Asia Cup game, Hafeez said, “We have a good bowling attack, and as far as India is concerned, they are a weaker side as a bowling unit. So we must have a plan on this and attack them.”
Hafeez stressed that the team is confident and will not get bogged down by the pressure that often grips matches between India and Pakistan.
Not revenge match
The prospect of making amends for the defeat against India in the World Cup semifinal at Mohali, was raised in the press conference, but Hafeez countered,
“You cannot take revenge on anyone, but we will try to give our supporters the joy we could not give during that game.” — Special Correspondent