Steve Smith hits BACK-TO-BACK Big Bash League centuries as Australian superstar puts on a masterclass to hit 125 not out for Sydney Sixers in mega-clash against David Warner’s Thunder
- Steve Smith put on one of the greatest innings of all time in the Big Bash League
- The 33-year-old struck 125 runs off 66 balls for the Sydney Sixers on Saturday
- David Warner could only stand and watch as Smith smashed the Thunder
Steve Smith put on one of the greatest innings in Big Bash League history as the Australian superstar blasted 125 runs to help Sydney Sixers put on a monster total at the SCG.
The 33-year-old, having hit a century on his BBL return against the Adelaide Strikers, picked up where he left off in the huge Saturday night clash against arch rivals the Thunder.
The match was billed as a big match-up between Smith and Test teammate David Warner, playing for the Thunder, but Warner could only stand and admire as Smith gave his team the runaround.
Steve Smith put on another masterclass to help the Sixers hit a monster total on Saturday
Smith gave the Thunder the runaround as he struck 125 off 66 balls at the SCG
He hit an astonishing 125 runs off 66 balls as the Sixers set their rivals a target of 188 runs.
Mark Waugh said on Fox Cricket: ‘He’s just put an absolute clinic here tonight … some sort of display tonight.
‘He’s turned into the Hulk tonight.’
No Sixers player had ever hit a century in their 12-year existence prior to Smith’s return. He’s now hit two in a matter of days.
More to follow.