Pak captain Sarfaraz admits after defeats – reaching the semi-finals is difficult.

After losing the World Cup against India on Sunday, Pakistan captain Sarfaraz Ahmed admitted that reaching the semifinals of the tournament is becoming difficult for his team. In the match at Manchester’s Old Trafford ground, India had beaten Pakistan by 89 runs on the basis of Duckworth-Lewis rule.

After this defeat, Pakistan are at 9th position with three points from five matches. To reach the last-four, Pakistan will have to win all four matches and rely on the results of the other matches. “It’s definitely going to be tough, but we have four matches and we hope we win all the matches,” said Sarfaraz.

Sarfaraz said, ‘We won a good toss, but unfortunately we can not bowl properly. Rohit is credited, he played well. Our plan was to bowl forward, but we could not put the ball in the right places. After winning the toss, we did not take advantage of it and gave a lot of runs. “

As we all know that India has kept invincible order in its ICC World Cup matches against its arch rival Pakistan. On Sunday, Team India defeated Pakistan by 89 runs in the much anticipated match played at Manchester’s Old Trafford ground and won 7 consecutive wins. With this victory, the Indian team has reached the third position in the world cup. In this World Cup Team India has 4 matches, in which it won three and one match cancelled due to rain.