Australia’s experienced batsman Steve Smith has made several records with his innings of 82 runs in the second innings of the fourth cricket test match against England in the Ashes cricket series. Smith scored more than 50 against England for the 9th time. He is the first batsman to achieve this feat. Smith is the only player in the last 50 years to score more than 250 runs in a Test of the Ashes series being played in England. Smith, who hit a double century in the first innings of the Manchester Test, equaled former captain Ricky Ponting as soon as he hit a half-century in the second innings.
Smith is the only player in the last 50 years to score more than 250 runs in a Test of the Ashes series being played in England.
In fact, Smith has scored a half-century in the second innings after scoring a century in the first innings for the 10th time. Before this, Ponting had done this feat 10 times in his career. In this case, South Africa’s Jack Kallis is No. 1, who has scored a half-century after scoring a century in the first innings 11 times. At the same time, Team India captain Virat Kohli has done this feat 8 times.
The Ashes have also completed their 600 runs in this series. This is the third time he has done this feat. Apart from Virat, Brian Lara, Gary Sobers have also achieved this feat 3-3 times. Great batsman Sir Don Bradman has been at number one position by doing this feat 6 times. Smith has scored a total of 671 runs in 5 innings of this series.