Harmanpreet Kaur, India's women's cricket captain, praised the evergreen Jhulan Goswami and said that no one could take her place.
New Delhi: Jhulan Goswami is one of the most established figures in Indian women’s cricket. The 39-year-old veteran pacer has picked up 252 wickets in 201 matches with a bowling average of 21.98. His long stint with the Indian team is remarkable.
Harmanpreet Kaur, India’s women’s cricket captain, praised the evergreen Jhulan Goswami and said that no one could take the place of the 39-year-old in the team. It is difficult to match her stupendous records.
Goswami has paved the way for women’s cricket, and her track record speaks of her greatness. The 39-year-old bowler has a bowling average of 21.98 and has taken 252 wickets in 201 games. Several sources said Goswami would retire after the third and final ODI of the England tour.
During a pre-tour media conference, Kaur claimed that no one could ever match the veteran’s method of playing the game. The Indian captain added that she has taught her a lot about cricket and that no one can take her place in the team.
According to Kaur’s subsequent statement, Goswami consistently puts out the same effort.
The Indian skipper further stated that Goswami has a passion for playing the game wholeheartedly. She was lucky to have a senior player like her in the team to learn from her. She’s a perfect example for all of us. A lot of cricketers began playing after being inspired by her.