Steve Smith produced another masterful innings just when Australia needed it most against England... his feats with the bat are truly Bradman-esque

The most incredible thing happened in the 67th over at The Gabba on Friday morning. Steve Smith played and missed. No, really, he did. James Anderson was the bowler. He got one to do a bit and beat Smith's bat. If he ever does it again, there will probably be a DVD.
Statisticians evaluate this stuff these days. They have a term for it, like unforced errors in tennis, calculating each time a batsman misses or gets an edge. False shots, they call them. 
Smith averages a false shot every eight balls in 100, making him the most difficult opponent for a bowler in Test cricket. 
Very good batsmen... read more

25 November 2017 in Sport, Views: 52
Source: Daily Mail

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