At Lord’s, Jhulan Goswami’s long spell will finally end.

On the day of India’s final One-Day International match against England, Jhulan remarked, “Lord’s is special for every player and I am happy.”

She wished she could have played her final game at Eden Gardens in Kolkata, which is where she calls home. She does, however, have the comfort of performing at Lord’s, the cricket world centre.

 India having already won the series, owing in large part to that incredible 143 not out off 111 balls by captain Harmanpreet Kaur in the second game at Canterbury.

After failing to claim a wicket at Canterbury, the 39-year-old seamer will be eager to add to her amazing total of 253 WODI wickets, which is the most of any player. It’s crucial for her to wrap out this trip successfully, she remarked. “Saturday’s game is crucial for us, and we intend to play similarly to how we did in the previous two games.”

Her one and only regret is that she did not win the World Cup.

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