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IND W vs ENG W: Team India wins last match; Jhulan Goswami makes this record by taking two wickets

New Delhi: Jhulan Goswami bid farewell to international cricket in the third ODI between India and England played at Lord’s. She was given the Guard of Honor at Lord’s. Jhulan bowled brilliantly in his last match as well. He took 2 wickets for just 30 runs in 10 overs. He also bowled three maiden overs. Jhulan bowled Alice Capsi for 5 and Kat Cross for 10 and showed the way to the pavilion.

With this brilliant spell, Jhulan Goswami bid farewell to international cricket. Jhulan looked quite fit in the last match. She took the best catch at slips. Superb bowling from Jhulan, Renuka Singh, Rajeshwari Gaikwad and Deepti Sharma helped Team India win by 17 runs.

Made this record

Jhulan has become the highest wicket-taker in international cricket. Jhulan, who started her career at the age of just 19, has registered a total of 355 wickets in her name. At number two is England bowler Katherine Brunt, who has 329 wickets to her name. Australian bowler Ellyse Perry has taken 313 wickets and South African bowler Shabnim Ismail has taken 309 wickets.

Jhulan created history in India’s nine-wicket win over Sri Lanka on 11 September 2018. Jhulan then became the first bowler in women’s cricket to take 300 international wickets. Jhulan has recorded 255 wickets in ODI cricket. with no one around. No bowler has so far taken 200 wickets in ODIs. Shabnim Ismail has taken 191 wickets.

The emotional moments of the last match

Jhulan’s last match was very emotional. While embracing him, Captain Harmanpreet Kaur burst into tears. The teams of India and England bid him farewell with respect.

 

These figures of Jhulan Goswami will surprise you

Most wickets in Women’s International Cricket – 353
Most wickets in ODI cricket – 253
Most wickets in Women’s World Cup – 43
Most international overs by a female player – 2260
Test wickets for India – 44
The second player to play the most ODIs – 204
– Second longest ODI career – 20 years 261 days
– ICC Woman Player of the Year- 2007
– Asia Cup Winner – 3 times
Runner-up medal twice – 2005 and 2007

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