Jhulan Goswami biggest regret is not to win a world cup in her entire career

Jhulan Goswami last match captain Harmanpreet Kaur planning to give a good farewell

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Jhulan Goswami


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Jhulan Goswami: The long career of veteran fast bowler Jhulane Goswami is about to end. The third ODI between India and England will be Jhulan’s last international match. This legendary bowler has associated everything with his name in terms of records. But Jhulan will always regret one thing even after such an illustrious career. Let us tell that this player has not been able to win the World Cup even once in his life.

Jhulan will regret this

India pace legend Jhulan Goswami said ahead of his final international match that he only “regrets” not winning the ODI World Cup title in a career spanning two decades. Jhulan will retire from the game after the third ODI against England at the historic Lord’s ground on Saturday. During the media interaction, Jhulan got emotional and said that he is thankful for this sport, which has given him so much fame and prestige. He said that he will always regret the team’s runner-up in the 2005 and 2017 seasons of the ODI World Cup.

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Jhulan Goswami

Have played two World Cup finals

The 39-year-old right-arm bowler said, “I have played two World Cup finals but could not win a single trophy. It would have been great for me and the team if we had become champions in either of the two.” Jhulan said, “I am only sorry because you prepare for the World Cup for four years. It takes a lot of hard work. Winning the World Cup is a dream come true for any cricketer. But from where I am watching match things, the level and popularity of women’s cricket will only go upwards.

Never thought like this – Jhulan

The veteran bowler said, “When I started, I never thought of playing for so long. I consider myself lucky to be able to play this game. To be honest, being from a very simple family and a small town like Chakda (in Nadia district of West Bengal), I didn’t know anything about women’s or professional cricket. I am thankful to the people, parents for always supporting me.” Jhulan said that receiving the cap (debut) of the Indian team was the most memorable moment of his cricket journey. “My best memory is when I got the opportunity to play for India and bowled the first over because I never thought (that I would play for India). My cricket journey has been tough as I had to travel two and a half hours by local train to practice.

Was inspired by watching the 1997 final

He said that he had 90,000 spectators at the ground to watch the match between Australia and New Zealand in the 1997 World Cup final. That’s why he decided to make cricket a career. She said, “I was a ‘ball girl’ in 1997. It was only after watching the World Cup final that I dreamed of representing India. Preparing to start.

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