India, who won by 89 runs by means of the Duckworth-Lewis strategy, has seven and possess the third spot in the standings behind Australia and New Zealand, while Pakistan is second-base with three points from five recreations.
“This was an extremely baffling outcome for us,” said Wasim, who came in at number seven and struck an unbeaten 46 off 39 conveyances.
“When we returned on after the downpour there was almost no we could do, yet we realize we have four matches left and in the event that we win those, despite everything we get an opportunity.
“Aftereffects of different nations may become an integral factor. From our perspective, we can just do what we can. What is in our grasp is to attempt to win every one of the four amusements and take it from that point.” Pakistan faces South Africa at Lord’s on Sunday before wrapping up their gathering effort with matches against New Zealand, Afghanistan, and Bangladesh.