Jhulan Goswami Retirement Virat Kohli Team India: Indian women’s team’s legendary bowler Jhulan Goswami has retired from international cricket. He played the last match of his career against England. Former Indian captain Virat Kohli gave a special message on Jhulan’s retirement. Kohli said that fast bowler Jhulan has inspired many women. His patience and determination should be praised.
In a successful international career spanning 20 years, Jhulan Goswami played his last match on Saturday when India took on England in the third ODI of the ICC Championship match. Kohli congratulated Jhulan on an illustrious international career and said that your patience and aggression always stood out.
Kohli wrote on the Ku app, a great servant of Indian cricket. Congratulations on a wonderful career, inspired many women to take up the sport. I wish you all the best. Interestingly, Kohli’s wife Anushka Sharma is playing the role of Jhulan Goswami in the film ‘Chakda Express’. However, the final release date of the film has not been revealed yet.
Meanwhile, Jhulan Goswami received a ‘guard of honour’ from England and Indian players as she took the field for the last time in international cricket on Saturday. However, the great fast bowler was dismissed for a golden duck in his final innings. The star pacer has played 12 Tests, 204 ODIs and 68 T20Is for India. They have taken 44, 253 and 56 wickets respectively.