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Indian veteran fast bowler Jhulan Goswami has announced his retirement from international cricket after the upcoming England series

After the third and final one-day international match against England, Jhulan Goswami is going to call it quits in international cricket.

According to NDTV’s sources, the veteran Indian seamer Jhulan Goswami will hang up his cleats after India’s third and final one-day international (ODI) match against England, which is scheduled to take place at Lord’s Cricket Ground on September 24.

Jhulan was included in the One-Day International squad that was announced on Friday for the forthcoming series against England. Jhulan was given some time off after the ODI World Cup in 2022, therefore she did not take part in the ODI series that was played against Sri Lanka. This is a crucial fact to keep in mind.

Jhulan will finish her career as the player who has taken the most wickets in the history of women’s cricket across all formats. She has currently amassed a total of 352 wickets in all three versions of the game.

Mithali Raj, Jhulan’s long-time teammate, had previously declared that she would be retiring from international cricket earlier this year.

On Friday, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) made the squad announcements for the India Women’s One-Day International and Twenty20 International series in England. In addition, Jemimah Rodrigues has been included in both squads, despite the fact that she is unable to participate in the current season of The Hundred due to an injury.

The One-Day International series will get underway on September 18, while the Twenty20 International series will get underway on September 10.

A first-time call-up to the Twenty20 International squad has been extended to Kiran Navgire, who has garnered praise for her powerful hitting in domestic cricket.

India earned the silver medal at the 2022 Commonwealth Games, and they will be competing in their first series since then. That competition took place in 2022.

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