International cricket

    Smith’s century trumps Bell’s

    Ian Bell set England up for a huge total with 141 from 125 balls but the Aussies took 6/59 during the last 10 overs to keep the total gettable. Joe Root scored 69 and Gurinder Sandhu took 2/49.
    Led by a brilliant century, on debut as ODI captain, from Steve Smith, Australia won by 3 wickets and with […]

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Smith’s century trumps Bell’s

Ian Bell set England up for a huge total with 141 from 125 balls but the Aussies took 6/59 during the last 10 overs to keep the total gettable. Joe Root scored 69 and Gurinder Sandhu took 2/49.
Led by a brilliant century, on debut as ODI captain, from Steve Smith, Australia won by 3 wickets and with […]