India pacer Mohammad Shami, who troubled the Australian batsmen with his pace and swing in a career-best haul of three for 42, today said he just concentrated on the basics without indulging in anything extra-ordinary in the abandoned fourth ODI here.
"I don't take any pressure when I go onto the field. I always believe in myself. I concentrate on my line and length and swing. I just try my best and work hard," Shami told reporters after the fourth ODI of the seven-match series was abandoned due to rain at the JSCA Stadium here.
After a shaky start, Australia rode on breezy half-centuries from skipper George Bailey (98) and Glenn Maxwell (92) to post a challenging 295 for eight after being asked to bat.
But rain played spoilsport as the fourth ODI was called off with India on 27 for no loss after 4.1 overs chasing Australia's competitive total.
Shami bowled Aaron Finch and Shane Watson with two typical inswingers and the Bengal pacer said the key to his success was not to give any room to the batsmen.
"Plan was just not to give any room to Finch as he was playing well. We just kept our focus on that and wanted them to play as much as possible and we got success," he said.