If my daughter wants to play cricket, I recommend she look up Jhulan Goswami: Sourav Ganguly

If my daughter wants to play cricket, I recommend she look up Jhulan Goswami: Sourav Ganguly. On September 24, Jhulan Goswami will play her final international game.

Jhulan Goswami, India’s experienced bowler, will play her final international match against England on September 24. (Saturday). The right-arm bowler will retire with the most wickets in Women’s cricket history.

Meanwhile, Sourav Ganguly, head of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), has hailed the veteran bowler, calling her a “absolute legend” of the game and noting that he has had multiple meetings with the senior pacer about the future of women’s cricket.

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I have a friendly relationship with her: Ganguly on Goswami

“Jhulan Goswami is a living legend.” She has taken the most wickets in women’s cricket history. She is from the state of Bengal Chakdah. I have a friendly connection with her. Jhulan Goswami and I have several conversations about the advancement of women’s cricket. “I spoke with Smriti Mandhana and Harmanpreet Kaur,” Ganguly remarked at a function in Kolkata.

As previously stated, Jhulan will retire as the top wicket-taker in Women’s cricket history. The right-arm bowler has taken over 350 wickets in international cricket and would aim to grab a couple more in her final game before retiring.

The senior pacer has represented India in six 50-over World Cups. “If my daughter wanted to play cricket, I would encourage her to emulate Jhulan, but she does not. I wish her the best of luck “Ganguly elaborated.

Meanwhile, India will face the hosts in the last One-Day International (ODI) match on Saturday at Lord’s Cricket Ground. The Women in Blue have already won the series after winning the first two games, and they will seek to expand their lead in the third game as well. England, on the other hand, will make every effort to avoid a rout of the visiting team.

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