Johannesburg, Oct.3 (ANI): Pakistan cricket captain Younis Khan has said his own form does not worry him as long as his team is winning.
Khan, who has scored just 38 runs from the two games he has played in the ICC Champions Trophy, said he do not want to put extra pressure on himself.
"I am not worried about my form as long as my team keeps on winning. I know I have yet to find my form in the tournament but I am in no mood to take pressure as it would affect my team's performance," The News quoted Khan, as saying.
Khan said he would give his hundred percent in the semi-final clash with New Zealand on Saturday.
"I cannot promise you that I would go on to score a hundred. It would be like taking extra pressure. It is not like that. If I fail to score, some one else will do that. I would put in my best efforts and that is all I can promise," he said. (ANI)