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AUS vs ENG: Steve Smith enjoyed captaincy against England, gave this statement after the match

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AUS vs ENG: Steve Smith enjoyed captaincy against England, gave this statement after the match

Steve Smith got the responsibility of captaincy in the Adelaide Test after Pat Cummins was ruled out of the second Ashes Test. The hosts won this Test match by a huge margin of 275 runs to take an unassailable 2-0 lead in the 5-match Test series. Steve Smith said after the match that he thoroughly enjoyed the captaincy in these 5 days. Let us tell you, in 2018, Steve Smith was banned for one year after ball tampering and after this ban was lifted, he could not captain Australia for a year.

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After this stunning win over England, Steve Smith said “I was not nervous. I think Jos (Butler) played very well, played more than 200 deliveries and during this time he was also well supported by Woakes and Robo (Robinson) Diya. We wanted to stay calm as we need some good deliveries and two wickets to win. I enjoyed the captaincy and the players played well.”

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Smith went on to say, “After the first day, we controlled the game. We controlled the game with great knocks from Davy (Warner) and Marnus. I would like to talk about Starc here, he played for as long as he could.” He bowled till and he led the bowling unit. I think Starc quickly realized that the ball was not swinging and attacked the batsmen by bowling length.

“I have no idea about Josh Hazlewood (availability for next game) but Harris is batting well in the nets so he doesn’t need to think too much about it and rely on the process and he can change it,” he said. Huh.”

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