Karachi, Apr. 1: Pakistan captain Mohammad Hafeez has said that his team is not worried by Saqlain Mushtaq, who is a former Pakistani off-spinner, coaching the West Indies team ahead of their World Twenty20 clash on April 1.
Hafeez said that although Mushtaq used to be a world-class spinner, he does not have e magic formula and also he cannot come and bowl himself for the West Indies side.
According to The Dawn, Hafeez said that the Pakistani cricket team believes in themselves and he feels that his players are good enough to win the match.
West Indies, who are reportedly famous for their battery of pacers, now boast of two of the finest spinners in the short format of cricket in Samuel Badree, who opens with the new ball, and Sunil Narine, thanks to Mushtaq.
Pakistan will face the West Indies in a night World T20 clash at the Sher-e-Bangla stadium, which will decide the team to join India in the semi-finals from group two of the Super-10s, the report added. (ANI)