Steve Smith 141* of 326 balls vs England | Batting Analysis

Steve Smith kissed the identification on his protective cap, at that point pounded the one on his chest. It was a suitable twofold act: Australia's skipper had tossed complete self into an innings for the ages, holding England under control and admonishing his colleagues to do likewise.

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There may even have been a touch of outrage. At 209 for seven in light of England's 302, Australia's unassailable record at the Gabba was looking particularly vulnerable.

Be that as it may, when he strolled off with an unbeaten 141 – nobody captaining without precedent for an Ashes Test has scored increasingly – they drove by 26. On such high-class exhibitions do arrangement pivot.