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Friday, September 6, 2019

Australian veteran bowler Shane Warne says the great batsman of Test Cricket is Steve Smith.

 Australian veteran bowler Shane Warne says the great batsman of Test Cricket is Steve Smith. Shane Warne was asked which of the best batsmen among Steve Smith and Virat Kohli. Shane Warne said," this question is very difficult but if I have to choose one, I will choose Steve Smith for Test cricket."




 Australian veteran bowler Shane Warne says the great batsman of Test Cricket is Steve Smith.
Australian veteran bowler Shane Warne says the great batsman of Test Cricket is Steve Smith.
Steve Smith has become the second fastest batsman to score 26 centuries. Smith scored a double century in the first innings of the third match of the Ashes series. Steve Smith played 121 innings for 26 centuries. In the first place is the great Australian batsman Don Bradman, who scored 26 centuries in 69 innings.
Steve Smith has become the second fastest batsman to score 26 centuries.
Steve Smith has become the second fastest batsman to score 26 centuries.

Smart Answer by Shane Warne

Smart Answer by Shane Warne
Smart Answer by Shane Warne

Journalists asked Shane Warne which batsman would you choose from Virat Kohli and Steve Smith. Shane Warne gave a smart answer. He said that both are good batsmen but Steve Smith is the best for Test cricket and Virat Kohli is best for T20 and ODI matches.


Take a look at Shane Warne's cricket career

Shane Warne started his cricketing career in 1992
Shane Warne started his cricketing career in 1992

Shane Warne started his cricketing career in 1992. His first Test match was against India. Shane Warne took 708 wickets in 273 innings of 145 Test matches. Shane Warne played the last Test match in 2007 against England.

Shane Warne played the first ODI against New Zealand in 1993
Shane Warne played the first ODI against New Zealand in 1993
Shane Warne played the first ODI against New Zealand in 1993. The Australian bowler took 293 wickets in 191 innings of 194 ODIs. Shane Warne played his last ODI against Asia XI in 2005.





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