Jhulan Goswami, a seasoned bowler, will end his career in international cricket, according to a report on ESPNcricinfo on Saturday. According to the report, Goswami will retire after the third and final One-Day International between India and England on September 24 at Lord’s. The three-match T20I series will kick off the Indian women’s cricket team’s visit to England next month on September 10. A three-match ODI series will then follow, beginning on September 18.

Harmanpreet Kaur will serve as the team’s captain in all formats, according to the BCCI’s Friday announcement of the Indian selection for the England visit. After recently missing the series against Sri Lanka in July owing to fitness difficulties, Jhulan made a comeback for the ODI series. Additionally, according to the article, Goswami had a conversation with the team management about looking to the future and developing a pool of young fast bowlers who could play in several forms.

The fast bowler last participated in a Test on October 21 and hasn’t played in a T20I since 2018. According to a BCCI representative who spoke to ESPNcricinfo, the board wished to provide her a “proper goodbye.” Jhulan made her India debut in an ODI match in January 2002 against England. With 352 wickets across all forms, she will retire as the most wicket-taker in women’s international cricket. She has participated in 12 Tests, 68 T20Is, and 201 ODIs since making her debut. With 252 dismissals, she also holds the record for most wickets in the 50-over format.