Pakistan skipper Mohammad Hafeez on Wednesday accepted that that there is still room for improvement in the pace bowling department.


"Our bowlers tried well against Bangladesh but there are bit of a concern about the fast bowlers. We need to get it right (before the Super Eights)," Hafeez said.


Needing a win to advance to the next round, Pakistan rode on Imran Nazir's 36-ball 72 and his record 124-run opening stand with Hafeez to chase the challenging 176-run target in their final group league encounter and advance to the Super Eights of the tournament, on Tuesday.


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ICC Twenty20 World Cup 2012: Match time table with group details