Jhulan Goswami was given 'Guard of Honor' by the players of England in her retirement from ODI match
Jhulan Goswami could not score a single run in this match and returned to the pavilion after getting out on a golden duck. She was bowled by Freya Camp on her ball. In this match, the Indian team scored 169 runs in 45.4 overs and got all out.
Indian women's cricket team's fast bowler Jhulan Goswami came out to bat at Lord's in the last ODI match of her international cricket career. She came out to bat in the 40th over after India's 7th wicket fell in the first innings of the third ODI against England. No one had any idea that Jhulan would get such an honor from the England women's team, but when she reached the field, all the players of the England team gave her a guard of honor. The scene itself was very captivating and emotional.
For over 20 years Jhulan Goswami has run in, hit a length and blazed a trail.— England Cricket (@englandcricket) September 24, 2022
She has bowled nearly 10,000 balls in ODI cricket, and she may just have inspired as many young girls to try cricket.
Thanks @JhulanG10, you’re an inspiration. pic.twitter.com/EMeCtAA5Wa
However, Jhulan Goswami could not score a single run in this match and returned to the pavilion after getting out on a golden duck. She was bowled by Freya Camp on his ball. In this match, the Indian team scored 169 runs in 45.4 overs and was all out. For India, Smriti Mandhana scored 50 runs in 79 balls with the help of 5 fours, while Shefali Verma and Yastika Bhatia were out for ducks.
Captain Harmanpreet Kaur also disappointed and got out after scoring 4 runs, then Harleen Deol did not even bat and she returned to the pavilion on the score of 3 runs. Deepti Sharma played a very good innings in this match and she scored 68 runs in 106 balls with the help of 7 fours. Pooja Vastrakar scored 22 runs while Hemlata could only manage 2 runs. Apart from Jhulan, Renuka Singh and Rajeshwari Gaikwad were also out for ducks. In this match, 5 Indian women batsmen got out for a duck. Katie Cross took 4 wickets for England.