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Steve Smith's hooting in Melbourne test, answered half-century

On the biggest day of the Australian cricket calendar, that is, on the first day of Boxing Day Test match at Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG), no Australian cricketer will expect the spectators to make a mistake.

But former captai…





On the biggest day of the Australian cricket calendar, that is, on the first day of Boxing Day Test match at Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG), no Australian cricketer will expect the spectators to make a mistake.

But former captain Steve Smith faced such situations against New Zealand on Thursday. Smith, who scored an unbeaten 77 on the first day, later said, "Did it happen?" I do not know.'

Smith hooting

After Australia's second wicket fell, when Smith landed at the crease in front of more than 80 thousand spectators, some spectators played applause and some hooted him.

There is no doubt that this was done due to a one-year ban imposed on Hooting Smith during the Cape Town Test match against South Africa in March 2018. Smith was then the captain of Australia. Smith will become eligible to assume the captaincy of Australia in March 2020.

What did Smith say after the match?

Steve Smith said, "When I go to the crease to bat, I don't really pay attention to such things." Praise or criticism. I have learned not to pay attention to them. '

Let us know that star kangaroo batsman Steve Smith made an unbeaten 77 and moved towards another century, which kept Australia on 25 for four on the first day of the second Test cricket match against New Zealand.

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