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VIDEO: Harmanpreet Kaur goes teary eyed ahead of Jhulan Goswami’s last match in England

An emotional video of skipper Harmanpreet Kaur, who had made her international debut under Goswami’s captaincy, has emerged online

Ayushi Sikarwar

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New Delhi: Jhulan Goswami is set to retire on a pleasing note with hefty achievements and post-playing 204 ODIs, 68 T20Is and 12 Tests throughout her international cricket career. India pacer has 253 wickets to her name, the highest by a bowler in women’s ODIs.

Now, all eyes are on her last international match in the 3rd and the final ODI against England at the renowned Lord’s Cricket Ground on Saturday.

Meanwhile, an emotional video of skipper Harmanpreet Kaur, who had made her international debut under Goswami’s captaincy, has emerged online.

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The official handle of the BCCI Women shared some heartwarming pictures of the entire team on their Twitter handle.

Recently, while talking about her inspiring journey in the cricket, Jhulan Goswami said in a press conference, “Well, you know what when I started, I never thought about playing for such a long time. It was a great experience, every moment I have enjoyed and I have learnt. Obviously, Mithali and I have played together since U19 days, we had a great relation both on and off the field”

“But it was just bringing Team India to a different length on what it was and today it is completely different. That is a journey, we believed that we can change the face of women’s cricket, we believed that we can in the top three-four teams in the world and it was a one-day process, it was a long-time process”, she added.
 

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