Reaching World T20 Semis Is Our First Target, Says Jhulan Goswami.
Reaching World T20 Semis Is Our First Target: Back around the local area in the wake of misery from a foot sole area damage that precluded her of the T20 arrangement against South Africa away, previous India chief Jhulan Goswami on Thursday said their first target is achieve the semi-finals of the Women’s World T20 which is the following huge task. “Each group longs for winning the World Cup. We additionally need to accomplish that. Be that as it may, to begin with, we need to guarantee a main four spot, and at exactly that point take it forward from that point,” Jhulan told IANS. The veteran pacer, who as of late turned into the principal lady cricketer to take 200 wickets in One-Day Internationals (ODI), was welcomed at the air terminal by Cricket Association of Bengal (CAB) joint secretary Avishek Dalmiya.
“We play for the most part T20Is from here on and amid the South Africa arrangement gave introductions to four youths. All our vitality is spent now planning for the World Cup and we truly need to do well there,” the 35-year-old said.
Antigua and Barbuda, Guyana, and St Lucia will have the Women’s World T20 from November 9 to 24 in the not so distant future.
This will be the main occasion of the Women’s World T20 being played as an independent occasion after the past six versions were sorted out nearby the men’s World T20.
India have never laid their hands on the 50-over or T20 World Cup. A year ago, they achieved the last of the 50-over competition yet lost to England by nine keeps running in a tragic manner.
“We are not hoping to retaliate for our last annihilation of a year ago,” Jhulan said.
“That was an alternate arrangement. This will be a new beginning for us and we are cheery. We need to plan in the most ideal way,” she included.
India won the ODI arrangement 2-1, their first ODI arrangement triumph in South Africa, and in the five-coordinate T20 arrangement took a 1-0 lead riding captain Mithali Raj’s unbeaten 54.
“We are content with the way we performed in the One-dayers and I am certain we will do well in the T20s additionally,” said Jhulan who took five wickets in two amusements.
On her damage, she said she will leave for recovery at the National Cricket Academy (NCA) in Bengaluru, much like World Cup winning Bengal U-19 pacer Ishan Porel, one week from now.
“I am certain of the date however at some point one week from now I will leave for NCA. How about we perceive how it goes there.”
India’s next worldwide task is against Australia, with the first of three ICC Women’s Championship matches starting on March 12.
It is a bustling logbook for India as they will likewise have Australia and England in a T20I tri-arrangement in March, trailed by three ODIs against England at home.