Saqlain Mushtaq warns India of Pakistan's 'killer instinct' ahead of World Cup clash

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Published Jan 31, 2015, 3:18 pm IST
Updated Mar 29, 2019, 10:01 pm IST
Former off-spinner said players were fighters, are unwilling to give up easily
Saqlain Mushtaq further said that there was something unique about this side which had shown propensity to come back after several disappointing performances. (Photo: AFP/ File)
 Saqlain Mushtaq further said that there was something unique about this side which had shown propensity to come back after several disappointing performances. (Photo: AFP/ File)

Karachi: Legendary spinner Saqlain Mushtaq believes that the Indian team should be wary of Pakistan team's killer instinct ahead of their crucial World Cup tie on February 15 in Adelaide.

Reflecting on Pakistan's record against India at the World Cup, the former off-spinner said that although Pakistan had never won a World Cup match against India, their approach should be positive, adding that his players were fighters who were unwilling to give up easily, the Dawn reported.

 

Praising the Pakistan's squad, Mushtaq further said that there was something unique about this side which had shown propensity to come back after several disappointing performances, adding that India must be careful of Pakistan's killer instinct as they could do wonders on their day.

Despite Misbah ul-Haq and Umar Akmal displayed batting form ahead of next month's World Cup, Pakistan have lost back to back matches to a President's XI at the start of its New Zealand tour.

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