‘We couldn’t handle the pressure’: Jhulan Goswami says Team India lost the 2017 Women’s World Cup final in the last 10 overs


Ladies’ Cricket Legend, previous Indian Women’s group Captain and world’s most noteworthy wicket-taker in ODI cricket Jhulan Goswami as of late in a discussion with Sports Tiger’s show “Off-the-Field” talked about her biography, the 2017 ICC Women’s World Cup and Women’s IPL. The Indian quick bowling legend matured 37 as 225 ODI wickets at an economy of 3.28 runs per over. She accepts that age is only a number and what makes a difference the most is the energy for the game. “As an expert competitor, you never consider age. You go on with your energy, difficult work, and love for the game. You need to be on the ground, however much as expected, and that is the most fulfilling factor for any competitor. Also, I am living it up. ” 

India arrived at the ICC Women’s World Cup last in 2017 and Goswami was a key individual from the group, however, it was an instance of ‘so close yet until this point’ for India as they missed the mark by nine runs.  She thought back about her recollections and second thoughts from the excursion and stated, “It was a colossal accomplishment to play before a full house at Lords in the last. We began the World Cup on a high note. It was a flat out collaboration from the earliest starting point. Regardless of whether you talk about Smriti Mandhana, Mithali Raj, Ekta Bisht, Deepti Sharma, Shikha Pandey, or Rajeshwari Gayakwad, everybody had contributed. As a group, we accepted and performed.” 

She further stated, “We arrived at the finals and it was the main last 10 overs where we lost the match. For the 90 overs we had overwhelmed the match, and it was just the last 10 overs of England’s bowling where we could not deal with the weight. It is a torment however we need to proceed onward. The 2017 World Cup independent of everything was the time of unrest for Women’s cricket in our nation. I think force which required for ladies’ cricket set up by us. On the off chance that you take a gander at our group’s presentation over the most recent three years 2017-20 we have been reliable and just lost in the last whether it is ODI or T20I.” 

Goswami likewise followed the World Cup understanding by noting the much-discussed question on Women’s IPL and grassroots ladies’ cricket. She remarked. “Our homegrown structure is incredible. We have played serious cricket at U19, U23, and senior levels. Many young ladies are playing great quality cricket in many pieces of the nation. It is difficult to act in homegrown cricket since you don’t have a clue who is going to win the competition. The same number of groups conflict.” She talked about ladies’ IPL in an idealistic tone saying, “Undoubtedly, we want for the undeniable competition should begin and we are all together sitting tight for that. Ladies’ IPL will be a major accomplishment for the nation and youthful cricketers as they are going to share the changing area with first-class Indian and worldwide ability.”

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