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‘I’ve got to get out there, ’ this is why Smith came out to bat again after being hit on the neck by a Jofra Archer bouncer

Hindustan Times – Revealing that Steve Smith wanted to get back on the field immediately after entering the dressing room, Australia head coach Justin Langer said the former Australia skipper is like his son and he wanted to make sure Smith was fine before allowing him to go out and bat again.

Summary

  • Revealing that Steve Smith wanted to get back on the field immediately after entering the dressing room, Australia head coach Justin Langer said the former Australia skipper is like his son and he wanted to make sure Smith was fine before allowing him to go out and bat again.
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  • “I was saying ‘mate are you sure you’re okay’, these are like my sons right, so you’re never going to put them in harm’s way, even though you’re always in harm’s way with Test cricket.
  • After avoiding a fractured arm and then passing the concussion tests, there was simply no stopping Steve Smith from returning to the crease!
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