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Pakistan skipper Shahid Afridi praised his side for their professional display against Zimbabwe - and then called on them to quickly turn their attentions to Saturday's pivotal clash with Australia.
A seven-wicket win in a rain-hit encounter in Pallekele clinched Pakistan a place in the quarter-finals of the World Cup with a game to spare.
Zimbabwe could only manage 151-7 before bad weather cut short their innings, Craig Ervine top-scoring with 52 from 82 balls.
Set a revised target of 162, Pakistan cruised home thanks to an unbeaten 78 from Asad Shafiq - who replaced the injured Umar Akmal in the team - and 49 from opener Mohammad Hafeez.
"Tomorrow is a new day and the next game will be a new game," Afridi said.
"We know how important the game against Australia is and definitely we will play with all our strength.
"Today, it was the way we started, especially in the bowling area. Umar Gul and Abdul Razzaq started very well, especially on a track like this. The spinners did a great job as well.
"The way Hafeez played, it's good to see him back, and Asad played an amazing innings. We gave him a chance and he made use of it."
Zimbabwe captain Elton Chigumbura admitted his side had paid the price for a disastrous start with the bat which saw them slip to 43-4.
Ervine's half-century provided some respectability to the team's total but they were not helped by two rain delays, the second of which ending the innings prematurely.
"We lost too many wickets first up and it's always hard to come back from that," Chigumbura said. "Then the rain came and we didn't have enough momentum in the end.
"I thought Ervine played pretty well, I'm happy with the bowling also, the spinners bowled good lines with the old ball.
"We're just going to work mainly on our batting during the first 10 overs. Bowling and fielding we have to maintain our standard but the main concern is batting."