What does it take to play an international Test match, and that too in England, after seven years? Ask Jhulan Goswami and she will stress on the importance of mindset.
The Indian women’s cricket team is set to leave for the tour of England on Wednesday. The side will start with a one-off Test in Bristol from June 16 followed by three ODIs and as many T20Is.
It has been a challenging period for the girls with no games leading to a home-series loss followed by a change of coach, again. The veteran fast bowler, who has featured in 10 Tests for India with 40 wickets under her belt, is excited yet nervous to hold the red ball in the fickle English weather after such a long gap.
In a chat with Sportstar, Goswami shares her thoughts on the skills needed to excel against England, the return of Ramesh Powar as head coach and the lessons learnt from W.V. Raman.
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