Steven Smith leaves the ball is made headline

Steven Smith leaves the ball is made headline

Steven Smith (Pic source : Twitter)

The second Ashes test between England versus Australia is going at the Lord’s. After the first day washed out due to rain, in the second day, Australia won the toss and invited England to bat first. England has scored 258 runs in the first innings. At the end of day 3, Australia has scored 80 runs with the loss of four wickets. Steven is batting with Matthew wade. Steven Smith is in the red hot form. He scored centuries in both innings of the first test and also playing a vital role in the second test.

If England wants to win the second test, then they need to take the wicket of Steven Smith. Yesterday Smith found a new way to leave the ball. After seeing the Video, England Women cricket said, “Steve Smith leaving the ball is the most entertaining thing I have seen in a long time.”

Here the Video of Steven Smith

 

https://twitter.com/arihantbanthia5/status/1162323333511127040

https://twitter.com/AlexHartley93/status/1162329998595907584

Jofra Archer took his first wicket in his debut test

Jofra Archer has taken the wicket of Cameron Bancroft and started. Before the test Joe root about Jofra archer. Joe Root said,

“It’d be nice if he was staying up at 88-92mph, round that bracket, for the chances he gets to bowl,” Root said. “He’s very skilful as well. Everyone talks about his pace and his easy action, but he’s got some very good skills. He gets the ball moving around both ways. The factor that in with the pace he bowls, he will cause a lot of problems, I’m sure.

“He’s a very skilful young man. He’s got a very good record in red-ball cricket. There will be question marks about his workloads coming into the game, but I think, importantly, if we manage that well, he’s proven over the last couple of years when he has played county cricket that he can manage that well. He’s a very exciting prospect.”

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