We’re ahead 7-0, of which we’ve only broken through once. Otherwise, every time India batted first and put up the winning score of the match. I’m not sure what will happen that day (October 15), but the team that handles the pressure well will win.
I feel India is handling the pressure now, that’s why they are winning, while Pakistan has the burden of not beating India. They handled the pressure well in the 1990s, but after 2000 India has handled it better. If any of the players say they don’t feel the pressure, I don’t think that’s right. We used to say that too, but at the end of the day, we know it’s an India-Pakistan game and emotions are running high, he added.
An India-Pakistan match is always played to a full house, and the same is expected when the two teams face off on October 15 at Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad.