"If our batsmen can post a big score like we did here, then we have enough bowling to trouble the Indian batting," Miandad said after Pakistan trounced India by 9 wickets in the second Test to square the three-Test series.
"It is a very good win. We were down after losing the first Test in Multan. But we bounced back superbly," he said.
"The way we performed -- our batsmen, bowlers and every one -- there was no fault at all," Miandad said.
The coach said the lack of a three-day match between the One-day series and Tests made it difficult for Pakistani bowlers to adjust in the first Test in Multan.
"When you switch from ODIs, it is always a problem. We lacked a three- or four-day game before the Test," he said.
On pacers Mohammed Sami and Shoaib Akhtar coming good in the second innings here, Miandad said the 202-run lead gave them enough confidence.
"Here the situation was different. With a big lead they were not worried about giving away runs and were looking for wickets," he said.
Looking forward to the final Test, the coach said: "It would be do or die match for us. But now we have got our morale up."
Leg-spinner Danish Kaneria, who mopped up the Indian tail in the second innings on Thursday, called it a great day.
"I was looking for this chance to bowl at the Indians. The best wicket was that of Ajit Agarkar. He was playing his shots but I had him stumped," said Kaneria, who came in place of off-spinner Saqlain Mushtaq.
"I hope that I will be able to help Pakistan in the third Test too."