No pressure for match against India, says Salman Agha

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Middle-order batsman Salman Ali Agha has expressed his enthusiasm for the upcoming match against India, asserting his commitment to performing well regardless of the opponent.

Speaking to the media during a camp, Salman Agha stated that he would not feel pressured by the match against India; instead, he would strive to excel. He also mentioned that the benefit from the Afghanistan series before the Asia Cup would be significant.

He emphasized, “Whether it’s white ball or red ball, I approach the game with the same style. Conditioning might be different in Sri Lanka. It’s a new challenge, but we’ll play well.”

In response to a question about partnerships, national cricketer Shadab Khan mentioned that he enjoys playing alongside Muhammad Rizwan and relishes the camaraderie. He labeled Rizwan as his favorite partner, asserting that playing with him is enjoyable. Shadab Khan highlighted that the middle order is working to improve, as strong middle-order overs are crucial for both batting and bowling performance. Enhancing the middle-order overs would contribute to the team’s success.

Speaking about the series against Afghanistan, Salman Agha remarked that while Afghanistan possesses world-class spinners, Pakistan also boasted world-class players. He affirmed the team’s commitment to enhancing their performance.