Pakistan must win its last four group matches for a chance to reach the semifinals of the World Cup, said Imad Wasim after his team was defeated Sunday by India.
India, which won 89 points with the Duckworth-Lewis method, has seven points and ranks third behind Australia and New Zealand, while Pakistan is in second place with three points in five games .
"It was a really, really disappointing result for us," said Wasim, who finished seventh and defeated 46 out of 39 deliveries.
"When we came back after the rain, we could do very little, but we know that we have four matches left and if we win, we still have a chance.
"The results of other countries can come in. From our point of view, we can only do what we can.What is in our hands is trying to win the four matches and to take it from there. "
Pakistan will face South Africa on Sunday at Lord's before ending its campaign with matches against New Zealand, Afghanistan and Bangladesh.