Currently, The Fourth Ashes test Between England versus Australia is in progress. Australia have batted first and scores 497 runs in the first inning with the help of Steve Smith’s Double century. Also, Mitchell Starc has made a comeback and scores a fifty. At the end of day 3, England were on 200/5, and Joe root scored a fifty for them.
Yesterday, When Joe Root was batting, and Mitchell Starc Was bowling. Mitchell Starc bowled an 87 KPH inswinger delivery and broke the Joe Root’s box. Generally, no one wants to hit there.
Here the Video of Mitchell Starc delivery
Root taking one in the middle stump! pic.twitter.com/j0V0FRnSWq
— oliarno (@Oliarno) September 6, 2019
How to get Steve Smith out? Ricky Ponting explains
You hear all sorts of words, ‘genius’ is one that comes to mind. A remarkable inning again, it’s his application to what he does. He just doesn’t make any mistakes. His concentration levels are obviously unbelievably good. He’s only been out nine times lbw in his last 99 innings, so you know if you’re bowling straight you’re not going to get him out,” Ponting told cricket.com.au.
“The one thing you have to do is try and challenge the outside of his bat. He doesn’t miss it on the inside.”
.“Even what Smithy is doing now is remarkable, to think how good Bradman must have been to be a third again better than what Steve Smith’s doing at the moment is ridiculous,” he said.
“We’re at the point where Smith and Bradman can not only be used in the same sentence but transposed,” said The Australian’s senior cricket writer, Gideon Haigh.
“Double ton confirms Smith’s greatness,” the tabloid said in its headline.
“His score of 211 was an innings beyond significance for the match alone, it was one which took the batting genius beyond comparisons with anyone other than Sir Donald Bradman,” it said.