- Jhulan Goswami retires from international cricket with victory
- After the farewell match, everyone congratulated Jhulan on social media.
- India swept England in Jhulan’s farewell series
Jhulan Goswami’s Retreat: Indian women’s team fast bowler Jhulan Goswami played the final match of her illustrious career at Lord’s Cricket Ground. The Indian team gave him a memorable farewell by winning this match. It is obvious that after this match against England, Jhulan, 39, will no longer take the field to play any other international matches. At the end of the last game of his career, there was an influx of special and common people congratulating him on social networks.
Congratulating her, BCCI secretary Jay Shah wrote: “Women’s cricket’s most successful fast bowler is retiring after an illustrious career spanning two decades. She will go on to inspire the next generation.”
BCCI President and former captain of the Indian team, Sourav Ganguly, also congratulated Jhunal Goswami, who hails from his own state West Bengal, writing: “Great race and an equally wonderful finish with a win. This series was also good for him personally. He will continue to be a role model for female cricketers for many decades to come.”
Former Indian cricketer Anjum Chopra tweeted: “I wouldn’t be surprised if Jhulan frames this photo and puts it in her living room. Her love affair with England, her journey in the Indian jersey at Lord’s Cricket Ground. It had a great ending.”
Featured server of Indian cricket. Congratulations on a wonderful race. You will inspire many women to play cricket. My best wishes to you for the future.
The length of her career as a fast bowler in women’s cricket is incredible. We have played together since the days of Under 19 cricket. Best wishes to you for the future.
Thank you for what you have done for Indian cricket. I wish you a wonderful career, Jhulan.
India sweeps Jhulan’s farewell series
The Indian women’s team bid farewell with a victory for its oldest member, Jhulan Goswami. India beat England by 16 runs in Jhulan’s last match. With this win, India also edged England 3-0 in the Jhulan Fair Well ODI series. This is the first time that India has swept England in the women’s ODI series at home.