Steve Smith | Most Dominant Bowlers | Steve Smith Says Pat Cummins Jasprit Bumrah James Anderson and Kagiso Rabada are the most dominant bowlers | Hindi Cricket News | BIG Cricket News |

Steve Smith | Most Dominant Bowlers | Steve Smith Says Pat Cummins Jasprit Bumrah James Anderson and Kagiso Rabada are the most dominant bowlers | Hindi Cricket News | BIG Cricket News |

Steve Smith

Steve Smith&nbsp | &nbspPhoto Credits:&nbspAP, File Image

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  • Steve Smith started his international career in 2010
  • He has dusted off many sharp bowling attacks
  • Smith has been an important part of the Australian team for a long time.

Australian batsman Steve Smith has destroyed many dangerous bowling attacks in his illustrious career. He has left his mark on cricket grounds around the world. He has played fast-paced innings in T20s from playing to bat in Test matches. There are many records to his name, which show that Smith has faced dangerous bowlers with great courage. However, Smith does not find it easy to bat against some bowlers despite that.

Smith named these four bowlers

Actually, during an online question-and-answer session, Smith gave his reaction on many things. At the same time, the Kangaroo cricketer was asked about the most effective bowler of the current era. In response, Smith named four fast bowlers, whom he considers the most powerful. Let us tell you that these four bowlers have proved to be more than one battle with their performance on the field so far. Smith said Jasprit Bumrah of India, James Anderson of England, Kagiso Rabada of South Africa and Pat Cummins of Australia are the most effective bowlers.

Smith away from cricket due to injury

Smith has been away from cricket for the past several months due to an elbow injury. He was last seen playing in the first phase of IPL 2021. Smith had said last month that he had to take painkillers due to an injury in the IPL. Smith surprised everyone with his statement some time back, in which he said that he might skip the T20 World Cup for the Ashes series against England. Significantly, Smith started his international career in the year 2010. He has played 77 Tests, 128 ODIs and 45 T20 Internationals in which he has scored 7540, 4378 and 794 runs respectively.

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