Pakistan’s batting line-up had no answers to vintage West Indies fast-bowling as they swept them away for just 105 runs on the board. After bundling out Pakistan for just 105 runs, the Windies gunned down the total in just 13.4 overs to start the mega event on a high.
Speaking at the post-match press conference after Pakistan’s defeat, Sarfaraz said that there are eight more matches to go and Pakistan team will surely make a comeback. At the same venue, they face a massive challenge on Monday when they face tournament favourites England.
“It wasn’t our day; it was just a bad day. We will try to move on from here and recover before the next games. I am confident that the team will bounce back in next games,” the skipper said. He further emphasized the importance of winning the toss of the matches being played early in the morning.
He also agreed that batsmen’s shot selection was poor and they couldn't stay on wicket. “We will sit down and analyze our mistakes and try to correct them before next matches,” Sarfaraz added.