Former Australia captain and middle-order batsman Steve Smith scored his second century in the second T20 match in a row.
During the ongoing Big Bash League in Australia, Sydney Sixers batsman Steve Smith scored his first T20 century against Adelaide Strikers three days ago.
But in the match against Sydney Thunders yesterday, Steve Smith’s batting continued and the batsman scored his century in 56 balls, which was his second century in the second T20 match in a row. Smith scored a total of 66 balls in the match. Played a smoky unbeaten innings of 125 runs which is also the fifth highest individual score in Big Bash League history.
On Steve Smith’s century, Australian captain and opener Aaron Finch wrote a hilarious post on Twitter saying that Sydney has not a bad young player, I think the kid has a very bright future.