jhulan goswami stats:
Team India veteran pacer Jhulan Goswami is the first female pacer to win 250 wickets in ODI Cricket in the 2022 ICC Women’s World Cup against England on Wednesday (March 16th). rice field. Julan has reached a milestone with Tammy Beaumont, the England opener who previously captured her leg before.
Jhulan stands in front of the competition about the 50s format. The next JHulan on the list is Australian Cathryn Fitzpatrick. This has 180 scalps in her name. West Indies` Anisa Mohammed is also bound to the second place with 180 wickets. Shabnim Ismail in South Africa and Katherine Brunt in the United Kingdom have 168 and 164 redundancy, respectively.
Earlier in the tournament, Jhulan had created history in women`s cricket by becoming the first cricketer ever to take 40 wickets in the Women`s World Cups, going past Australia`s Lyn Fullston. However, the rest of the Indian team was disappointed against England as they were bundled out for just 134 after batting first. England women in reply strolled to a four-wicket win with 112 balls to spare.
Charlie Dean clinched career-best figures of 4/23 in the 50-over format as India was bowled out for a paltry 134 in a must-win league match of the ICC Women`s World Cup 2022 at Bay Oval. Captain Heather Knight`s decision to bowl first on a fresh pitch which looked dry paid off as India`s top and middle order just couldn`t get going. The defending champion became bowled fuller lined up well, caught, and smashed in the runout.
Yastika Bhatia clinched India’s first frontier in front of Katherine Brunt with a gentle jab in the gap between Midon and Midwicket. But when Anya Shrubsole (2 in 20) saw Bhatia push her body into a full inswinger and her ball took the inner edge to a stump, she was the first in England. Provided a breakthrough. Bhatia has become the 100th wicket of this format for shrub soles.
Smriti Mandhana interrupted the border with a free-flowing drive and a fast short-armed jab. However, England continued to hit India with a more fulfilling line and a more aggressive attitude on the field. Mithali Raj’s slim run continued when she sliced straight to the point of the cover and gave the Shrubsole a second wicket in a power play.
Due to the pressure from the point ball that prevented Deepti Sharma from reaching the goal, she drove straight in the middle, aiming for a non-existent single. However, Kate Cross hit the middle and caught Sharma just before the crease of the 10-ball duck.
Mandana and Harmanpreet Kaur have restored India’s normality with a 33-run, 50-ball partnership in the fourth wicket. However, Dean’s entry on the 17th changed the situation when Offspinner drove off Harmanpreet and Sneh Rana with a double wicket maid.