Team India senior member Jhulan Goswami has announced retirement from T20 internationals as per a BCCI media release on Thursday.

Her decision comes just 2 months ahead of the World T20 in West Indies in November. The veteran pacer has played 68 T20Is and picked 56 wickets at an economy of 5.45.

Jhulan was under the scanner of not being able to provide early breakthroughs with the ball and hit biggies with the bat at the end.

India lost the Asia Cup in her last T20 outing for the women in blue.

The 35-year-old will only be seen in ODIs, a format in which she holds the world’s highest wicket-taker record (200 wickets from 169 matches).

She has also played 10 tests and picked 40 wickets.

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