Watch: Steve Smith dismissed in a bizarre manner after scoring his slowest FC ton
Australian right handed batsman Steve Smith registered his slowest First-class century when he completed his 42nd First-class ton during a Sheffield Shield game against Western Australia.
Australian right-handed batsman came to limelight again few days ago for his knock against Pakistan in the T20I game between both nations where Steve Smith displayed a complete opposite side of him in recent times with the bat.
But today, the Australian star batsman played a complete opposite one to that knock as he scored his slowest first class century during a Sheffield Shield match against Western Australia which also his 42nd century at first class level.
Steve Smith scored 103 runs off 295 balls before getting dismissed in an unlucky way. Steve Smith got out on the ball of Australian all-rounder Marcus Stoinis.
Wicket keeper Josh Inglis was upto the stumps and Stoinis bowled a bouncer at Steve Smith. The Australian batsman tried to play the upper cut with the bouncer. But wicket keeper was good enough to catch the ball after edging the bat and that made the long stay of Steve Smith to end.
NEVER tell Steve Smith he has to stop batting!
— cricket.com.au (@cricketcomau) November 12, 2019