Harmanpreet Kaur weighs in on Jhulan Goswami’s final game
Harmanpreet Kaur, India’s captain, led from the front with a magnificent unbroken century to help her team win the series 2-0 against England Women in their home country. The last ODI is scheduled for September 24 at Lord’s, and it will be a momentous game for the whole squad since veteran seamer Jhulan Goswami is due to retire after the match.
Goswami will end as the ODI format’s leading wicket-taker, with 253 wickets in 203 games at an average of 22.1 and a fantastic economy rate of 3.37. She made her debut in 2002 and has remained with the nation for nearly two decades, which is a huge accomplishment for any cricketer. Goswami, a useful hitter down the order, has also played 12 Tests and 68 T20Is for India, and her goodbye will be fitting given India’s historic ODI series triumph in England.
Harmanpreet believes the next third game at Lord’s would be important for the whole squad since it will be the last appearance of Jhulan Goswami in her international career. She was overjoyed to have gained an unassailable series win and stated that the Lord’s game would be emotional. The right-hander emphasized the significance of concluding the series with a victory and praised Goswami for having an effect on the team’s young seamers.