Steve Smith roast England players by pulling off slick moves, watch video

Steve Smith may have been the most talked-about cricketer in the last month. It’s his splendid performances on the cricket field that caught most people’s attention. However, there has also been the talk of his art of leaving the ball. Steve Smith did it again on the fourth day of the fourth Ash Test and this time, Steve Smith hilariously mocked and roast the England players with his moves at the crease.

On the first ball of 28, Stuart Broad pitched a full delivery to Smith, who was batting at 38 that time. Smith crawled across the field to whip the ball on the side, but the ball took an inside edge and rolled toward the steers.

However, Smith, who had no idea where the ball had gone, went one step further by thinking a career was possible. However, he soon realized that he was in trouble and had to return to the crease also, while wicketkeeper Jonny Bairstow tried to run away from Smith, the Australian blaming his bat like an axe, almost challenging the Englishman to hit the stumps.

Bairstow obeyed and struck the stumps, but by then, Smith had already come to his place, with a ridiculously animated stump. However, once the bails came out, Smith again controlled the English players and went out of his fold, threatening to steal another run and, while doing so, performed some quick dance moves with his feet.

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