Legendary pacer Jhulan Goswami, who retired from all forms of cricket after a two-decade long international career, on Sunday hoped that she has been able to inspire the next generation of players in India and the world to play the “beautiful game”. Huh.
Legendary pacer Jhulan Goswami, who retired from all forms of cricket after a two-decade long international career, on Sunday hoped that she has been able to inspire the next generation of players in India and the world to play the “beautiful game”. Huh. Jhulan, 39, ended her career on a dream Saturday as the Indian women’s team beat England by 16 runs in the third and final ODI at Lord’s to sweep the series for the first time on English soil.
In a farewell message on her social media handle, Jhulan wrote, “As a cricketer, I have always been honest and hope that I have been able to contribute to the growth of women’s cricket in India and the world. I hope I have been in able to inspire the next generation of women to play this beautiful game. He wrote, “As every journey ends, my cricketing journey of more than 20 years also ends today with the announcement of my retirement from all forms of cricket. ,
Jhulan started her cricket career in 2002 and ended her career as the highest wicket taker in women’s cricket. He took 44 wickets in 12 Tests, 255 wickets in 204 ODIs and 56 wickets in 68 T20 Internationals. “This journey has been very fulfilling for me. It has been very exciting and filled with excitement. I had the honor of wearing the Indian jersey for two decades and serving the nation to the best of my ability.
Every time I heard the national anthem before the game, I felt proud every time. Jhulan wrote, “For 20 years of my life as an international cricketer, I have enjoyed every moment on and off the field with my teammates. I have always loved cricket and now that I am retiring as a professional player, I will not be far away from you (cricket).
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