Watch: Smith loses balance in Australian net session

Australian former captain Steve Smith had an un-comfort situation in his first Australian net session nearly after eight months of his ban endorsement.

Smith falls down during net session

Australian iconic players Steve Smith and David Warner are currently facing one year ban from International cricket which was enforced by Cricket Australia following the ball-tampering saga that rocked during the Test series against South Africa in South Africa.

There were some suggestions made to Cricket Australia to release the ban enforced on the Australian trio as it seems they are punished enough on the incident. But Cricket Australia stood on their decision firmly and didn’t approve the suggestion made on the trio.

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Even though they can’t play the upcoming Test series against India, David Warner and Steve Smith have joined the Australian camp for the preparations ahead of India Tests. They have joined the camp in order to enrich the team’s performance from the recent woes.

During a net camp, Steve Smith felt an uncomfortable situation as he fallen down in his first net session in the Australian camp nearly after eight months of all harsh incidents.

The pace-trio looked fierce and intense, especially Josh Hazlewood, who put Smith on his backside as the batter lost his footing attempting to hook a lethal bouncer.

As per several media reports, there were no speed guns during the practice session but the bowlers seemed to be bowling at top-speed which even troubled the best batsmen of the country.

Here is the video:



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