Pakistan's huge success in the opening match of Group A against Kenya will boost team's morale and it's a good omen for country, said Sarfaraz Nawaz while talking to The Nation after victory on Wednesday. Sarfaraz said that Shahid Afridi led Pakistan team from the front and claimed maiden five-wicket haul in the mega event. He said along with Afridi, Akmal brothers, Younus Khan and Misbah played their key role in the crushing victory. Pakistani openers seemed under pressure at the start of the match. However, after the victory, they would seem relaxed in the next match to be played against Sri Lanka. Sarfaraz said that Kamran played well at one down and the combination should not be reshuffled in the next games. Umar Akmal, who was looking out of form, also gathered momentum and played a superb knock of 71. He said that Kenyan batsmen fell prey to Afridi's superb bowling and they looked in trouble against him. He said that Afridi would be a relieved and can plan future's strategy in a fine manner for next matches as skipper is responsible for defeat or victory in the big matches. He said that Shoaib Akhtar also bowled well and it looked that he is gaining fitness while Gul and Rehman also bowled well and played their due part in the team's victory. "Pakistan has achieved victory with a big margin and that should be kept intact for the future matches also to get top position in their pool that will help the team in the quarterfinal matches," Sarfaraz concluded.