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Haris Sohail expresses willingness to play at any position

CHRISTCHURCH: Pakistan rising bating star cricketer Haris Sohail expressed his willingness to play at any position which is given by team management.

The batsman said that there were still plenty chances left in the World Cup for Pakistani team.

He said that the defeat against India was painful.

Pakistan will face West Indies in its second match on March 1 in Christchurch.

Haris Sohail had scored 36 runs and played 68 runs partnership with Ahmed Shahzad against India in World Cup Pakistan-India the opening match.

It is pertinent to mention here that Pakistan had lost its very first match against India by 76-runs and it was  back to back sixth straight World Cup loss against  India in a streak that dates back to 1992.

In 1992 world cup which was jointly held in Australia and New Zealand, Pakistan lost to India in the group stage but recovered to win the title in ’92 for the only time, beating England in the final.