Rahat Ali (above) was called to fill in for the injured Junaid Khan in the Pakistan World Cup squad © AFP
Rahat Ali (above) was called to fill in for the injured Junaid Khan in the Pakistan World Cup squad © AFP

Karachi: Pakistan‘s quick substitutes Nasir Jamshed and Rahat Ali said that they will be under no pressure if they get selected for the ICC World Cup 2015 opener against India on Sunday in Adelaide.

Left-hand opening batsman Jamshed, deputizing for injured Mohammad Hafeez, said that as a professional cricketer one has to perform whether the match is against India, Australia or South Africa, the Dawn reported. ICC Cricket World Cup 2015: POINTS TABLE

Hoping to replicate his back-to-back tons against India two years back, Jamshed said that he still remember those two innings and hopes to repeat the same if he is selected for the match, adding that there was no pressure on him, the report added.

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Banking on impressive Test match figures, fast bowler Rahat Ali, who replaced injured Junaid Khan, said that Test cricket was not an easy game and he had performed well in it.

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