“We’re looking forward to being a part of the first-ever pink-ball Test.”, says Jhulan
They’ve done it once again – if you want to break a streak, you can rely on India to do the trick! In the middle, there are jubilant scenes as India celebrates its win. They were so close to breaking the streak in the second One-Day International, and it is appropriate that Goswami, who failed to complete the task with the ball a few of days ago, succeeds with the bat today. And the festivities that followed demonstrated just how much it meant to her and the Indian national team. In addition, it was India’s highest-ever successful chase in one-day internationals.
Remember that this is a multi-format series, and the points at the conclusion of this game are as follows: Australia 4, India 2.
I wanted to keep the ball in the correct place because I knew that if I did, I would be able to make breakthroughs. That’s exactly what I did. It’s important to give your all on the field and to extract positives from the experience, and that’s exactly what I want to accomplish as a senior. Because we played back-to-back games, I’m feeling a lot of pain in my body, and I’ll need some time to recuperate, but we’re looking forward to being a part of the first-ever pink-ball Test.”