After the first two games I wanted the coach to drop me says Jhulan Jhulan Goswami Jhulan said the coach’s inspiring words worked wonders for her.
Eastern Eye Staff
Indian women’s team fast bowler Jhulan Goswami on Tuesday (8) revealed that she was so upset with her performance in the first two matches of the Women’s World Cup, that she asked the coach Tushar Arothe to “drop” her. However, Arothe not only backed the pace bowler from Bengal but also got full support from captain Mithali Raj, and eventually Jhulan turned out to be instrumental in India’s runners-up finish at Lord’s last month. “I was very disappointed of my show in the early stage of the World Cup,” Jhulan said after being felicitated by chief minister Mamata Banerjee at…
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