Jhulan Goswami Becomes Highest Wicket-Taker In Women’s World Cup History | Cricket News

Jhulan Goswami, an Indian bowler, set a new mark for most wickets in a Women’s World Cup match. Agence France-Presse Jhulan Goswami, a veteran Indian bowler, broke the record for most wickets in the ICC Women’s World Cup on Saturday. Jhulan accomplished the feat at Seddon Park in Hamilton during a match against the West Indies. To accomplish the objective, she fired Anisa Mohammed. Jhulan surpassed former Australia cricketer Lyn Fullston’s 34-year record of 39 World Cup wickets with her first of the game on Saturday, bringing her total to 40. Jhulan is playing in her 31st Women’s World Cup match. The 39-year-old pacer is in her sixth Women’s ODI World Cup, having previously competed in the competition in 2005, 2009, and 2011.

India won by 155 runs over the West Indies, giving them their second win of the tournament.

India recovered from a couple early knocks to record a score of 317 for eight in 50 overs after electing to bat first.

Smriti Mandhana (123) and Harmanpreet Kaur (109) both scored hundreds as India cruised to victory.

With India down to 76 for three at one point, the two put up a 184-run fourth-wicket stand to send India over the 300-run mark.

In response, the West Indies got off to a flying start, with Deandra Dottin and Hayley Matthews putting on a century partnership for the first wicket.

Sneh Rana, on the other hand, scored twice in short succession to get India back into the game.

West Indies lost wickets at regular intervals after that, and were finally bowled out for 162.

Sneh Rana grabbed three wickets for India, while Meghna Rana also took two wickets.

Manbir Singh is the author of this article.

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