On Sunday, Indian woman cricketer Jhulan Goswami shared a heartfelt farewell note on confirming his retirement from all forms of the game.
New Delhi: On Sunday, India women cricketer Jhulan Goswami shared a heartfelt farewell note on confirming his retirement from all forms of the game. Jhulan played her final international at Lord’s on Saturday as she leaned on a high contribution in a historic 3-0 sweep for India’s women’s ODI series against England Women in England.
On Sunday, Taking to Twitter, Goswami share a farewell note, expressing her satisfaction over her celebrated career. She wrote, “To my cricket family and beyond. So, the day has finally arrived! Like every journey has an end, my cricket journey of over 20 years ends today as I announce my retirement from all forms of cricket.
— Jhulan Goswami (@JhulanG10) September 25, 2022
“As Ernest Hemingway said, “it’s good to have an end to journey towards, but it is the journey that matters in the end’. For me, this journey has been the most satisfying. It has been exhilarating, thrilling to say the least, adventurous. I have had the honour of donning the India jersey for over two decades and serving my country at the best of my abilities. There is a sense of pride every time I hear the National Anthem before a match, Jhulan Goswami wrote.
Jhulan Goswami, popularly known as “Chakda Express”, is the highest wicket-taker in the world. Jhulan, who made her international debut on 6th January 2002, has taken 355 wickets in 284 matches in a career spanning 19 years. In her last game, she picked two wickets and ended up with figures of 10-3-30-2 to contribute to India’s historic win. Jhulan, who made her debut in 2002, was given a perfect send-off. England players gave her a guard of honour on Saturday and her India teammates carried her during the victory lap at the Lord’s.