Jhulan Goswami told the changes in women’s cricket since the first World Cup


The Women’s T20 World Cup is going on in the West Indies starting from November 9. In this 10 teams will participate. The other seven teams, including India, have never won the title. Their goal will be to win the first title. Team India is also very excited about this tournament. Since 2005, till the ‘bunk beds’ and journey from non-reservation to train, air travel in business class and stay in five-star hotels, there has been a huge change in women’s cricket, which has been witnessed by veteran Jhulan Goswami.

Jhulan, the only bowler took 200 ODI wickets in women’s cricket, wrote in his column for the ICC before the T20 World Cup starting in the West Indies from November 9, “I remember that in the first World Cup in 2005 we lived in a bunk bed. Traveled without a reservation for domestic matches and played on such plains where there was a huge risk of injury. “

She said, “We have lived in dormitories in many tournaments and slept by putting a bed on the ground. Since the time I started playing, there has been a lot of change in women’s cricket till date. “The matches of the World Cup will be played from November 9 to 18, in Guyana and St. Lucia. Both semi-finals and finals will be respectively on Antigua on November 22 and 24.

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Jhulan said, “I have been playing since the first T20 World Cup in 2009 so far. There was a tournament with the first men’s World Cup, but in the event of men’s tournament, women’s games were suppressed. “


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