Sarfraz Ahmed (61) cracked a gritty unbeaten fifty as Pakistan notched up a thrilling three-wicket win over Sri Lanka in their must-win Group B match to enter the semi-finals.
The left-arm pacer has bagged Kohli's scalp three times in four matches. Interestingly, Junaid has conceded just two runs off the 22 balls he has bowled to the stylish right-hander.
The incident occurred when Akmal, captaining the Punjab province, was asked about his side's combination against Sindh.
Junaid Khan has been summoned as replacement for Mohammad Irfan, who has returned home following the death of his mother
Yasir Shah was provisionally suspended in December last year after he tested positive for chlortalidone, a masking agent under the WADA list of banned substances.
Sohail Khan suffered a back injury during Pakistan's training session and has been replaced by Junaid Khan.
Junaid Khan was ruled out of the World Cup after suffering a hamstring injury.
Pakistan pacer Junaid Khan tied the knot with UK-based Khanasa Khan.
Rahat Ali played his only one-day international against Sri Lanka in June 2012, and was a surprise replacement for an injured Junaid Khan.
Rahat Ali has played just one one-day international, in 2012, and was not considered for any of the 10 one-dayers Pakistan played in the build-up to the World Cup
Junaid Khan, the 25-year-old left-armer, considered one of Pakistan's most promising prospects in recent years, sustained a thigh injury in training last month that forced him out of the team's current tour of New Zealand.
Pakistan authorities have confirmed left-arm quickie Junaid Khan would be replaced by Bilawal Bhatti for the matches in New Zealand January 31 and February 3.
Left-arm paceman Junaid Khan is ruled out of New Zealand tour due to a leg injury and is also doubtful for next month's World Cup.
Junaid Khan fell while bowling during the Pakistan team's World Cup training camp on Thursday, but an MRI scan revealed there was no muscle tear and Khan should recover in a week.
Pakistan pacer Junaid Khan recovered from a knee problem only recently to lead his provincial Khyber Pakhtunkhawa team to the Pentangular Cup title in Karachi taking five wickets in the final.
Pakistan Cricket Board's medical panel confirmed on Thursday that Junaid Khan, who was forced to return home from Dubai at the start of the one-day series against Australia due to a knee injury he picked up during training, has been responding well to the treatment.
Junaid Khan was sent home from the UAE without playing any match of the ongoing series against Australia due to a knee injury.
Pakistan paceman Junaid Khan twisted his knee in practice and, after an MRI scan, was advised to rest for up to six weeks.