In the second match of the ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup, India’s experienced bowler Jhulan Goswami has equaled Australian bowler Lynn Fulston in terms of taking the most wickets in the World Cup. In the match being played at Sedan Park Hamilton, India got a target of 261 runs.
In this match Jhulan Goswami bowled 9 overs and took 1 wicket. With this wicket, he has taken 39 wickets in the World Cup. Now she has reached the top with Fulstone in terms of most wickets in World Cup history. She achieved this feat by taking the wicket of Katy Martin in the last over of the match.
He also bowled well in the first match against Pakistan. In that match, he took 2 wickets for 26 runs. This is Jhulan’s 5th World Cup, which was the axis of Indian bowling for two decades.
Jhulan will have a chance to create history in the third match against West Indies on March 12. Earlier, batting first after losing the toss, New Zealand team scored 260 runs for 9 wickets in the allotted over. Amy Sathartwaite has scored the most runs for New Zealand. He has played an important innings of 75 runs. Apart from this, Emily Carr has scored 50 runs.