U19 Women’s World Cup: Jhulan Goswami’s tips helped me, says final’s player of the match Titas Sadhu

India were crowned the U19 world champion in women’s cricket on Sunday after thoroughly dominating England. Player of the match Titas Sadhu talks about her experience in the final.

India Today Web Desk

New Delhi,UPDATED: Jan 30, 2023 19:22 IST

Titas Sadhu (second from left) celebrates a wicket in the final of U19 World Cup. (Courtesy: Getty Images)

By India Today Web Desk: India were crowned the U19 women’s World Cup champions after a stellar victory against England on Sunday, 29 January. The Indian side were dominant from the ball go, bowling out England for just 68 runs in 17.1 overs of the game.

The spearhead of the attack was Titas Sadhu from Bengal who picked up two wickets for just 6 runs in her four overs. Crowned player of the match for her bowling effort, Titas was elated after winning the World Cup, but said that she still could not believe that the team had lifted the trophy.

“It’s been a few hours since we became champions, but still can’t believe we’re the best in the world. The celebrations have been going on since winning the trophy. It is a great pleasure to win the World Cup for the first time in the jersey of the Indian team,” the youngster told CricketNext in an interview.

“The country has become a champion. That is a proud moment. It feels good to think that I have also contributed to becoming the champion of the country. I hope I have been able to fulfil the responsibility that was given to me,” she further added.

Asked about her favourite player, Titas said that is was Jhulan Goswami and said that the legendary Indian bowler’s tips helped her in the tournament.

“Didi (Jhulan Goswami) is my favourite cricketer. It feels good when you keep everyone’s trust. Didi gave me many tips. I have been able to use them,” the player concluded.

The victorious Indian team has been invited to watch the 3rd T20I match between India and New Zealand at Ahmedabad, scheduled to be played on Wednesday, 1 February.

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