Steve Smith's double century against West Indies, equals Don Bradman

Melbourne: Test cricket has once again returned to the cricket world from December 1. Apart from Pakistan-England, the Test series is also being played between Australia and West Indies at this time. Australia has strengthened its grip in the Test match being played against the West Indies in Perth. Australian batsman Steve Smith scored a blistering double century in this match and also broke many records.

Steve Smith completed his double century off 311 balls, which is the fourth double century of his Test career. In his innings, Steve Smith hit 17 fours and scored an unbeaten 200 in the innings. Australia declared their first innings against the West Indies at 598/4. Let me tell you that, Marnus Labuschagne also scored a double-century from Australia in this innings.  

As soon as Steve Smith completed his 29th century in this Test match,  steve smith converted this 29th century into a double century. With this, he reached the level of Australian legend Don Bradman in terms of Test centuries. Who scored 29 Test centuries in just 52 matches. For Australia, only Ricky Ponting (41), Steve Waugh (32), and Matthew Hayden (30) have more centuries than him.

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