Jhulan Goswami Retirement: CAB organizes Big Screening to witness her Farewell Fixture

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Jhulan Goswami Retirement: CAB organizes Big Screening to witness her Farewell Fixture

Jhulan Goswami Retirement: The Cricket Association of Bengal (CAB) is all set to organize big screening of Jhulan Goswami’s last International fixture which is set to be played at Lords on saturday. The legendary pacer has decided to call time on her celebrated International career & India’s thrid ODI fixture against England at Lords on Saturday will mark Jhulan’s last International fixture. CAB will screen Jhulan’s farewell match at Inox Forum on Elgin road. The board aims to provide the fans a chance to witness their favoruite pacer to don the Indian Jersey for the last time.

The CAB on Friday confirmed about their plans to screen Jhulan’s last international fixture on big scree. Meanwhile, the Indian team will also try their best to make the farewell ODI memorable for legendary pacer Jhulan Giswami by registering a clean sweep on England’s home-ground.

Jhulan Goswami Retirement: A Glimpse of Jhulan Goswami Illustrious career

One of the best pacers of  Women’s Cricket history, Jhulan Goswami is all set to call time on her inspirational career. The veteran cricketer has featured in 203 ODIs & has 253 wickets at her name which is the highest by any women’s cricketer. Enjoying a vast career span of 20 years, Jhulan is the youngest cricketer to scalp 10 Test wickets. She has also won the ICC Women’s Player of the Year Award in 2007 & has the most number of wickets i.e. 40 in World Cup. Notably, Jhulan is also the highest wicket-taker across all formats with 353 wickets in her kitty.

The prolific pacer has featured in six ICC World Cups but failed to win any. India has qualified two times for the World Cup finals but failed to grab it to date. And in the press conference on the eve of India’s final ODI, Jhulan expressed the regret of not winning a World Cup in her career span.

“I played two [50-over] World Cup finals, would’ve been great for me, India, and women’s cricket if we could’ve won at least one of those. That was the ultimate goal. You prepare so much and put in a lot of hard work. We’ve played two-three World Cup finals, including T20, but weren’t able to win them. That hurt and that’s one regret I have,” Jhulan said at a Press conference.

Though the pacer doesn’t have an ICC trophy in her kitty, no one could deny the fact that she is the Legend of Women’s Cricket. The proud owner of the prestigious Arjuna Award will walk with pride in her last International fixture on Saturday at Lords.

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