Legendary player Jhulan Goswami retires from international cricket with the three-match ODI series against England. The Cricket Association of Bengal has decided to honor 39-year-old fast bowler Jhulan Goswami, who will retire with the 3rd ODI at Lord’s tomorrow (September 24).
Jhulan Goswami made her debut in international cricket in 2002 as a 19-year-old player. He has played in 12 Tests, 203 ODIs and 68 T20Is in the last 20 years. Jhulan is the highest wicket-taker (253) in women’s ODI cricket. He has played in six 50-over World Cups.
She leaves the record as the highest wicket-taker (353) in all three formats of cricket. Jhulan last played in the Women’s ODI World Cup in New Zealand. He did not participate in the ODI series in Sri Lanka. He is currently participating in England series. The Indian women’s team has won the first two games of the three-match series and has taken a 2-0 lead.
In this case, the Cricket Association of Bengal has invited the fans to watch the final ODI match at Lord’s on the big screen. The 3rd ODI between India and England will be screened on the big screen at the Inox Theater in Kolkata. The fans have expressed their appreciation for this initiative of the Bengal Cricket Association. Fans are expected to throng in large numbers to watch the match on the big screen starting at 2.30 pm.
The Cricket Association of Bengal welcomes you to witness iconic cricketer @JhulanG10‘s last international match at @HomeOfCricket screening at #InoxForum on Elgin road on 24th September, Saturday from 2.30 pm onwards.#CAB pic.twitter.com/AzhRpf7nKB
— CABCricket (@CabCricket) September 23, 2022