Steve Smith broke Sir Don Bradman record|Smith surpassed Hayden and Michael Clark|Smith hundred highlights

Steve Smith broke Sir Don Bradman’s record by scoring his 30th Test century against South Africa at the Sydney Cricket Ground. He is now tied with Mathew Hayden for the most Test centuries scored by an Australian cricketer. Steve Smith is currently in third place in terms of Test centuries scored for Australia, with Ricky Ponting in first place with 41 centuries and Steve Waugh in second place with 32 centuries. In addition to breaking the record for Test centuries, Steve Smith also surpassed Mathew Hayden’s record for the most runs scored in Test cricket for Australia, with Smith scoring 8647 runs to Hayden’s 8625 runs. He is now fourth in terms of most Test runs scored for Australia, behind Ponting, Waugh, and Allan Border. Smith has also surpassed Michael Clark, who scored 8643 runs in Test cricket. In his 92nd Test match, Smith has played 162 innings and scored 8647 runs with an average of 60.89. He has scored 11 centuries against England, 8 against India, 3 against the West Indies, and 2 against Pakistan, South Africa, New Zealand, and Sri Lanka. Smith has not scored a century against Bangladesh, but his lowest average against them is 29.75, while his highest average is 150.40 against the West Indies. In his 11 innings against the West Indies, Smith scored 752 runs and remained not out six times

RT Ponting1995-2012168287291337825751.854162
SR Waugh1985-2004168260461092720051.063250
SPD Smith2010-202392*16220864723960.893037
ML Hayden1994-200910318414862538050.733029
DG Bradman1928-1948528010699633499.942913

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