India w England tour: Indian women’s fast bowler Jhulan Goswami will bid farewell to international cricket at the historic ground of Lord’s. He had made it clear a few days ago that the ODI series on the England tour would be the last series of his career. The final of the three-match ODI series between India and England will be played at Lord’s today. India has won the series by winning both the matches of this series. The Indian team will try to bid farewell to Goswami by winning the final match of this series.
The Indian women’s team, touring England, won the first ODI of the three matches by 7 wickets to take a 1-0 lead in the series. After that, on the basis of an unbeaten innings of 143 runs by captain Harmanpreet Kaur, India won the second ODI and captured the series. The third and final match of the ODI series between India and England Women will be played at Lord’s. This will be the last match of Jhulan’s career. Jhulan Goswami was out of the team for a long time. However, he returned to the team in the ODI series against England. He played his last match for India in the World Cup before the ongoing ODI series against England. However, today she will enter the field to play the last match of her career.
Only bowler to take more than 200 wickets for India
Jhulan made his international debut in 2002. He played the first match of his career against England. This match was played in Chennai. In this match, he took two wickets for 15 runs in three seven overs. Jhulan Goswami has so far represented the Indian team in 12 Tests, 203 ODIs and 68 T20 Internationals. He has taken 44 wickets in Tests, 253 in ODIs and 56 in T20s. Importantly, she is the only player to score more than 1000 runs and take more than 200 wickets in ODI cricket.
‘Sorry for not winning the World Cup’
Jhulan Goswami said, “Despite reaching the final twice, I regret not winning the World Cup, but reaching the final was also a pleasure. You prepare for the World Cup for four years, during which you work hard. It happens to every player. Dreamed of winning the world cup for the country. When I started my cricket career, I didn’t think that my career would be that big. But it has really been an amazing journey. I feel lucky that I got the opportunity to play in the country for such a long time.”
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