Indian captain Rohit Sharma has paid a glowing homage to veteran pacer Jhulan Goswami, saying her in-sw ingers challenged him on the NCA. According to experiences, the 39-year-old is about to retire as the best wicket-taker in girls’s internationals.
Rohit Sharma says Goswami’s in-swingers challenged him at NCA (AP/PTI)
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Indian captain Rohit Sharma has paid a glowing homage to veteran pacer Jhulan Goswami. According to experiences, the 39-year-old is about to retire from worldwide cricket after India’s third and closing ODI of the England tour on September 24.
The hitman, whereas reminiscing about his time on the NCA, stated that Goswami shocked him along with her spectacular in-swing bowling.
“I had a few interactions with her when I was injured at NCA. She was also there and she was bowling to me. And I was challenged by her in-swinger. So, there was lots of interaction there. She was asking for some stuff and I was telling her some stuff,” stated Rohit.
The Indian captain additionally known as Goswami a as soon as in a technology participant and wished her all the perfect for her future.
“Whenever I have seen her play, she has shown so much passion for playing for the country. I don’t know how old she is, but even at this stage, she is running in hard and trying to knock the opposition out and that tells you something. So, it tells you the passion she has. I can only wish her the best. She is a once in a generation player,” Rohit added.
According to experiences, Goswami will take her go away from worldwide cricket as the best wicket-taker in girls’s internationals, with over 350 wickets throughout codecs.
The 39-year-old was named in India’s squad for the three ODIs in England after being unnoticed for the Sri Lanka collection. India’s World Cup sport in opposition to Bangladesh in March was the final time she donned the Indian jersey. The pacer has represented India in 12 Tests, 201 ODIs and 68 T20Is, and based on a number of experiences, is about to bid adieu to worldwide cricket after the third and closing one-day worldwide at Lord’s on September 24. This England collection can be part of the ICC ODI Women’s Championship, which can resolve the qualifiers for the World Cup in 2025.
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