It was a high-pressure moment in our career (touring India). When we were hitting boundaries, there was no one to cheer us up. When we won the test in Bangalore and were leaving for the hotel, the team bus was pelted with stones. The pressure is certainly there, but when it is there, it becomes fun, he said at a recent event.
People say Pakistan should not go to India. I am strongly against that, I think we should go there and win the match, Afridi added.
The upcoming encounter between India and Pakistan in the World Cup will be the eighth meeting between these countries in the ODI tournament. The Blues have won all meetings since 1992.