Jhulan Goswami is probably done with bowling in World Cups and she leaves on a high with a brilliant spell of bowling in the final of the Women’s World Cup at Lord’s.She ended with figures of 10-3-23-3 in the high pressure final against England — drawing high praise from Sachin Tendulkar, Virender Sehwag and Harbhajan Singh.What an incredible spell by Jhulan! Proud of your effort! Plenty of cricket to be played. Keep pushing hard… #IndvsEng #WWC17Final- sachin tendulkar (@sachin_rt) July 23, 2017 Jhulan ne Jhula daala.Wonderful fightback from India.#WWCFinal2017- Virender Sehwag (@virendersehwag) July 23, 2017Jhuuuulllllaaaaaannnn????????????????????????????????????????????? keep going?????? Ind vs Eng #WWC17 final @BCCIWomen @ICC- Harbhajan Turbanator (@harbhajan_singh) July 23, 2017Jhulan’s effort was the third best bowling figures in a Women’s World Cup, behind England’s Nicky Shaw (4/34) and Australia’s Ellyse Perry (3/19). Her spell came in at a handy time and got India back into the game as the hosts were beginning to go away with the game.England got off to a good start but lost three quick wickets before Sarah Taylor and Natalie Sciver joined forces to rebuild the innings. Taylor and Sciver weathered off the storm at first and kept the scoreboard ticking along. Set in the middle, the batswomen were looking to get on with it and India captain Mithali Raj brought her most experienced bowler back into the attack and she didn’t disappoint.She got rid of Taylor first on 45. The wicketkeeper was looking to flick one off her legs but got the slightest of knicks, only to get caught behind by Sushma Verma. She broke the important partnership of 83 runs the pair put together for the fourth wicket. She struck again in the very next delivery — getting Fran Wilson leg-before to leave England reeling at 146/5 in 32.5 overs.advertisementWith England losing half their side, the onus was on Sciver to take England to a promising score but Goswami had other plans. Right after the all-rounder completed her fifty, Goswami sent her packing by trapping her leg before wicket.Talking about her important spell today, she said that being a senior player she had to step up and look to give the team a good start.”This is the final match and an important one. Being the senior player I tried to give the team a good start and hit the ball into the right areas. There’s hardly any bounce in the wicket and is a bit slow. So, I was just trying to bowl wicket to wicket and outside the off-stump line,” said the former India captain.Goswami’s form coming into the tournament was not great but as the matches came along, she got better and better. Talking about her form, she said that she found her rhythm after the Pakistan match.”First two matches I was struggling and was not being able to hit the lines in the right areas. Then I got back to my basics and talked to my coach. In the Pakistan match I got back to my rhythm and then I kept my momentum going,” said Goswami.She adviced the batters to apply themselves and play the full quota of overs to grind out a victory.”Just be there and apply yourself and try to play full 50 overs and try to win the match.””Let the ball come to you, hit the ball through the lines and play with the spin,” she added.She is the leading wicket-taker in One-Day Internationals and has 195 wickets from 164 matches. The lanky pacer has four four-wicket hauls and two fifers to her name with 6/31 being her best against New Zealand at Southgate in 2011.