Saif Ullah Khan
The unbeaten Pakistan side’s third win in a row lead them now sitting pretty at the top of the Group 2 table in the Super 12 stage of the ICC Men's T20 World Cup.
Since their success in the 2009 edition of the tournament in England, the Men in Green are still searching for the perfect concoction to bring the trophy back home again.
Pakistan has answered every question on their T20 World Cup journey thus far, with three wins to begin the campaign.
As for the Afghans, the loss against Pakistan does hurt, but their net run rate is still healthy, and blooming at the second spot of the points table.
One of the pre-tournament favourites to take the title, India is standing at the fifth spot still without a point after losses to Pakistan and New Zealand. The Virat Kohli’s side is facing an uphill battle to make it out of the Super 12 stage will now most likely need to win their three remaining fixtures while also hoping that other results and the net run rate equation goes their way.