DHAKA (Agencies) - The Pakistani cricket team has no security concerns about going to India for the March 30 World Cup semi-final at Mohali, coach Waqar Younis said on Wednesday. "We have to go wherever the tournament schedule takes us. We have no security concerns about going to India. It's good to go to a neighbouring country. I am happy to go to India," Younis told reporters after his team thrashed the West Indies by 10 wickets in the first quarterfinal at the Sher-e-Bangla stadium. Younis said Pakistan had toured India in 1999 when the relations were not that good. "Now things are far better." Pakistan play the winners of Thursday's India-Australia quarterfinal at Ahmedabad for a slot in the April 2 final at Mumbai. Pakistan coach Waqar Younis on Wednesday said the pressure to perform actually helped his side play to their potential as they qualified for the World Cup semi-finals with a resounding win over a hapless West Indies. Pakistan recorded a comprehensive 10-wicket win over the Caribbean side to enter the semi-finals of the World Cup after 12 years. "It was a pressure game with a lot of talk around the team but that actually gave us the boost. After we got (Chris) Gayle out, it gave us confidence. I think the pressure got the best out of us," Younis told reporters at the post-match press conference. The coach said the tough days that his side had to go through before the tournament made them determined to do well at World Cup and hoped that the good show would help the country. "We went through ups and downs. I think that gave us belief. It is hurting us that there's no cricket in Pakistan but I think it will be great if we do even better now." Talking about playing the semi-final in Mohali, Younis said they have no security concerns about playing in India and were not thinking about the opponents at this moment. Winner of India and Australia match will clash with Pakistan in the semi-final. "Hopefully (we'll) get another comfortable win. We have to hold nerve, come out on top but the pressure won't just be on us. I am not really fussed with the opponents in the semi-final. We will watch the game tomorrow closely. We have 6-7 days and by then we will have a new strategy. "We won't get crowd support like here or Sri Lanka but some people might cross the border to see us play. We have to play wherever the tournament takes us. We are not concerned by security," he said. For the first time in the tournament, Pakistan openers raked up a 100-run partnership and Younis was delighted with their show. Hafeez scored an unbeaten 61 while Kamran Akmal contributed 47 runs in the unconquered opening wicket partnership.