Former staff India’s veteran pacer Jhulan Goswami was given a heat welcome throughout her arrival from England. Whereas making her manner outdoors the Kolkata airport, the senior pacer was showered with flower petals by younger cricketers.
Jhulan performed her final worldwide recreation in opposition to England on the Lord’s London. The suitable-arm pacer bowled a wonderful spell in her last match as she scalped two essential wickets for her facet and gave away simply 30 runs in her ten-over quota.
Jhulan obtained rousing applause on the Kolkata airport
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Making her debut on the age of 19, Jhulan represented India for greater than 20 years. After her final recreation, the right-arm pacer thanked the Board of Management for Cricket in India (BCCI) for his or her fixed help and motivation.
Upon her arrival, Jhulan spoke to media individuals and confused the truth that girls cricketers want higher infrastructure and publicity in order that they will compete extra proficiently in worldwide matches. She mentioned, “Girls’s cricket in India wants a small push by way of infrastructure help and extra publicity to worldwide cricket.”
The veteran pacer additionally mentioned that Girls’s IPL beginning subsequent 12 months might be an excellent platform for ladies cricketers to get publicity and play with a few of the greatest gamers all over the world. Nonetheless, she didn’t touch upon her participation within the event.
“The ladies’s IPL would give Indian cricketers the much-needed publicity and increase. I haven’t determined but if I wish to play girls’s IPL as and when that occurs. I’ve not but selected my subsequent step in my profession. I would like a break, I wish to benefit from the Pujas,” she mentioned.
As talked about earlier, the senior pacer represented India for greater than 20 years in worldwide cricket and troubled the perfect batters along with her deliveries. The 39-year-old made her debut in opposition to England in Chennai in 2002 and likewise performed her final recreation in opposition to the identical opponents at Lord’s London.