Steve Smith ‘Invincible’: Check Funny Memes As Twitterati Bow Down to Australian Batsman for Single-Handedly Demolishing England Bowlers in Ashes 2019

Steve Smith has been on a remarkable run ever since returning from the one-year ban, he was handed, for masterminding the ball-tampering scandal in Cape Town 2018. The 30-year-old needed three innings in Ashes 2019 Test series to reclaim his position as the World No 1 Test batsman after initially beginning Ashes 2019 as the fourth-ranked batsman in ICC Test rankings for batsmen. His astonishing run of scores and record-breaking streak – whenever Smith has played – has led to fans eulogising him. The 30-year-old, like every time he has batted in Ashes 2019, enthralled fans with another successful outing, which not only put Australia in command but also put a halt to the collapse triggered England’s fast bowlers. England Vs Australia, Live Cricket Score 5th Test Match.

Amazed at Smith’s staggering run and having realised that they witnessing an all-time great, fans have now started extolling the former Australian skipper for his remarkable form. Many cricket enthusiasts posted that it now normal for Smith to arrive at the crease and score a Test century. The 30-year-old right-handed batsman has managed at least a half-century every time he has stepped out to bat in Ashes 2019 and has two centuries, a double hundred and three fifty-plus scores in the five innings he has played. Steve Smith Surpasses Clive Lloyd and Inzamam-ul-Haq to Create THIS Rare Test Record on Day 2 of Fifth Ashes 2019 Test.

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Meanwhile, Smith’s fifty has once again put Australia in command on Day 2 of the fifth Ashes 209 at The Oval. Earlier, Jofra Archer had reduced Australia to 14-2 in six overs before Smith, in the company of Marnus Labuschagne (48), rescued the defending Ashes champions with a vital 69-run stand for the third wicket. Australia currently lead the five-match Ashes Test series 2-1 and have already retained the Ashes urn – making it the first time that they successfully took the urn back home from English soil since 2001.