Steve Smith scores 141 in outstanding captain's knock before Australia wrestle back the initiative from England with wickets of Alastair Cook and James Vince on day three of first Test at the Gabba



Steve Smith kissed the badge on his helmet, as decorum demands, then thumped the badge on his chest. It was an appropriate one-two: Australia's captain had thrown body and soul into an Ashes innings for the ages, rousing his side and deflating England. Truly, this has been a gripping first Test.
By the time Australia's last man Nathan Lyon was out for nine, Smith had made 141 runs of the highest class and character. At 209 for seven, Australia's unassailable record at the Gabba was looking distinctly assailable. At 328 all out, they led by 26. On such innings do series hinge.
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25 November 2017 in Sport, Views: 59
Source: Daily Mail
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