She has a Test bowling average of less than 17. In the 2006-07 seasons she guided the Indian team to first test series win in England. Although not very strongly built, she bowls with a smooth, easy run up and generates decent pace off the pitch. Currently she is the fastest bowler in the world; her highest being 120kph. She also has the uncanny habit of bowling with extra bounce and surprise the batsman.
Goswami had a good outing at the Quadrangular tournament in Chennai in February-March 2007 taking 11 wickets at 20.99 from seven games. After that haul she needed only four more to become the fourth woman to reach 100 wickets in ODIs and she got to the landmark in May 2007 at the Asia Cup in 2008.
Presently she is the second highest wicket takers among Indian women cricketer, behind Neetu David. In June 2007, Goswami was part of the Asia squad for the Afro-Asia tournament in India. The following year, for the Australian tour, she replaced Mithali Raj as the Indian captain.
Batting and Fielding Averages
Achievements for Jhulan Goswami
She won the ICC Women's Player of the Year 2007, a year no Indian male player bagged any individual award.