New Delhi: The fifth and final Test of the Ashes series is being played between Australia and England. Australian batsman Steve Smith has performed brilliantly in this series. Steve Smith has scored over 700 runs in the current Test series alone. Smith is also in discussion for his excellent fielding. Smith caught a surprise catch that everyone watched on the third day of the last Test match of the Ashes series being played at Kennington Oval, London.
Steve Smith stood in the slip with one hand and caught the catch of Chris Woakes, seeing the batsmen, fellow players themselves were stunned. Mitchell Marsh was throwing on the 87th over of England's second innings. In front of Mitchell Marsh was Chris Woakes, who was batting on 6 runs. Chris Woakes tried to play the ball, but the ball hit the outside edge of the bat and went to slip, where Steve Smith jumped in the air and caught the catch. In this way, England suffered its seventh setback. It is to be noted that Smith returned to Test cricket after March 2018, in which he has scored consecutive runs. He has contributed a lot in giving Australia an edge in the series.
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