Mansi Joshi, 23, made her India debut during the World Cup Qualifiers and bagged 3 for 25 against Bangladesh in the tournament © Getty Images
Mansi Joshi, 23, made her India debut during the World Cup Qualifiers and bagged 3 for 25 against Bangladesh in the tournament © Getty Images

Jhulan Goswami, the most successful bowler in the history of Women’s cricket, has been an integral part of India’s impressive run in the ICC Women’s World Cup 2017. While her 3-for rattled heavyweights England at Lord’s in the final, Jhulan believes India has a lot of talented pacers among the new faces. Jhulan went on to say she has a lot of faith on Mansi Joshi, mostly due to her distinctive talent and pace. Mansi, 23, made her India debut during the World Cup Qualifiers and bagged 3 for 25 against Bangladesh in the tournament. Jhulan Goswami: Bowling at Lord’s in World Cup final was a dream come true

Jhulan said: “India has many good fast-bowlers who can be match-winners, like Mansi, Shikha [Pandey], Sukanya [Parida]. Unfortunately, Mansi did not get many chances in this particular tournament. But definitely I have a lot of faith on her as she has that spark in her. The best part about her bowling is she can swing the ball and swing it late. You need more such bowlers who can swing the ball late. But she has areas to work on and needs to lift her game, as she has the spark in her. Harmanpreet wants more of her India teammates play WBBL

“Shikha, too, is a very good bowler. All the current-day players are working with quality trainers and hopefully India, as a result, will get a number of quality fast-bowlers.” Harmanpreet: Wish INDW performs the same way in WWC21

India, who had to play the qualifiers to make the cut to the World Cup, had to defeat England, New Zealand and Australia, favourites for the title, in the group stage of the tournament to make it to the final.