Jhulan Goswami has played 204 ODIs for India. He is number two after all night. Mithali has played 232 ODIs. In Jhulan’s farewell match, captain Harmanpreet Kaur took him to the toss with her. This step was heart touching.
Jhulan Goswami is playing his last match today. The third match of the three-match ODI series between India and England will be played at Lord’s. This is the last match for India’s legendary bowler Jhulan Goswami. After this she retires. Jhulan Goswami has a huge stature in the Indian women’s team. Jhulan Goswami is an inspiration to millions of women. Some pictures of the match between all these have been shared by the International Cricket Council. All the players have gathered to bid farewell to Jhulan Goswami. A video goes viral on social media. In this video, captain Harmanpreet Kaur is seen hugging Jhulan Goswami while saying goodbye. Along with this, he also has tears in his eyes.
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Jhulan Goswami has played 204 ODIs for India. After the whole night he is number two. Mithali has played 232 ODIs. In Jhulan’s farewell match, captain Harmanpreet Kaur took him to toss with her. This step was heart touching. Indian captain Rohit Sharma has also dated Jhulan Goswami. Rohit Sharma said that Jhulan Goswami is one of the pillars of India in cricket. He has done a lot for the country. Along with this, Rohit Sharma cited Jhulan Goswami as an example for male and female young cricketers and said that one can learn a lot from him. I have met him many times. He has challenged me many times while bowling to me and I have been surprised. I wish them all the best for their future.
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At the same time, the Indian team’s female star player Smriti Mandhana called her an important member of the team and said that she has no replacement. It would be very emotional to see him not play. Goswami, on the other hand, said his only “regret” is not winning the ODI World Cup title in a career spanning two decades. The 39-year-old right-arm bowler has played two World Cup finals, but could not win a single trophy. According to Jhulan, the most memorable moment of his cricketing journey was receiving the cap (debut) for the Indian team. He said he had 90,000 spectators at the ground to watch the match between Australia and New Zealand in the World Cup final in 1997. That’s why he decided to make cricket a career.