World Record: Jhulan Goswami After collecting one wicket for 41 runs against New Zealand, he set this record. Australian Lynn Fulston’s record was touched.
Jhulan Goshwami, a Bengali by birth, led by example in the World Cup. With 39 wickets, Chakda Express is credited with taking the most wickets. After capturing one wicket for 41 runs against New Zealand, he set the record. Australian Lynn Fulston’s record was touched.
Jhulan won the title by defeating Katie Martin of New Zealand. This is Jhulan Goswami’s fifth World Cup appearance. In this tournament, he has taken 39 wickets.
In the girls’ World Cup, Lynn Fulston held the previous record. If he takes one more wicket, the renowned Bengali cricketer would become the single top wicket taker in the history of the Women’s World Cup.
The only Indian in the top five on the list is Jhulan Goswami. There are also two English players and two Australian cricketers in the team. Caroli Hodges of England is in third place. He has 36 wickets to his name. With 36 wickets, Clabury Taylor is the fourth best bowler in England. With 33 wickets, Australia’s Katherine Fitzpatrick is in fifth place.
Mitali Raj, the captain of the Indian women’s cricket team, chose to field first after winning the toss. New Zealand batted first in the India against New Zealand (IND vs NZ) match and achieved a total of 260 runs for the loss of 9 wickets in 50 overs. But the last was not saved. New Zealand defeated India by 72 runs.