Seasoned Pakistani umpire Aleem Dar has said that our cricket team has the potential and ability to defeat any big team but poor planning and guidance led to the defeat in Mohali, semi-final of the cricket world cup. Talking to media persons at Allama Iqbal International Airport here on Monday on return from India after supervising the World Cup Matches, Aleem Dar said that there was no question of match fixing or difference in Pakisans cricket team. It was lack of appropriate plan how to respond in ground in certain situation which cost the match against India. Earlier upon his return Aleem Dar was accorded warm welcome by citizens and cricket board officials. The most successful umpire of the World Cup commenting on Pakistan-India semi-final match said that Pakistan should have taken the batting power play around 35 overs and the situation would have been quite different if power play had been taken earlier. He said that the Pakistani team played well in the mega event but players needed to work hard to overcome their deficiencies. He said that youngsters should be inducted in the squad. Dar was immaculate during the World Cup as 57 reviews were taken against his decisions but none of them proved wrong by the technology.