Women’s World Cup 2022 | Jhulan Goswami becomes the best wicket taker in Women’s World Cup history

India’s pacemaker Jhulan Goswami performed a rare feat in ICC Women’s World Cup history in the match against New Zealand. counters.

The 2022 ICC Women’s World Cup has begun and there have already been some surprising results in the tournament. Indian women will face New Zealand women in the current match. The Indian women won the coin toss and chose to play first. New Zealand started strong as they were poised at 175/4 in around 33 overs. The team was headed for a huge total, but a few good bowlers in the back of the Indian bowlers limited them to 260/9. Jhulan Goswami and Pooja Vastrakar played superbly in deathmatches not allowing opposition batsmen to free their arms.

Amy Satterthwaite scored 75 points for the White Ferns. However, Jhulan Goswami achieved a rare feat during the heats. She dismissed opposition Wicketkeeper batsman Katey Martin and became the highest wicket taker in World Cup history with Australia’s Lynn Fullston at 39 wickets. Jhulan is playing in his fifth World Cup and has played well for the national team so far. She finished with a 41/1 spell over nine overs in the match.

India made a winning start to the tournament with a 107-point victory over Pakistan in a dominating win. Against New Zealand, the chase is likely to be difficult for the team because they have a good target.

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