Ashes 2nd Test:  Steve Smith says he “enjoyed captaincy.”

Ashes 2nd Test:  Steve Smith says he “enjoyed captaincy.”

Australia’s stand-in captain Steve Smith stated on Monday. He loved leading the team in the second Test at Adelaide Oval.

On Monday, Australia’s stand-in captain, Steve Smith. Said he liked leading the team in the second Ashes Test at the Adelaide Oval. In the second Ashes Test, Australia defeated England by 275 runs. Thanks to Jhye Richardson’s five wickets in the second innings.

With this victory, Australia now leads the five-match series 2-0. The Melbourne Cricket Ground will host the Boxing Day Test on December 26. (MCG). “I wasn’t nervous at all.” Jos played extremely well, and he played over 200 balls, so he put up a nice fight against Chris Woakes and Robbo (Ollie Robinson).

We needed to maintain our composure since winning would require a few good balls and a few wickets. After the first day, the boys played well and controlled the game, so I enjoyed leadership. Smith noted after the game, “Davey (David Warner) and Marnus’ partnership set it up so we could dominate the game.”

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Ashes 2nd Test:  Steve Smith says he “enjoyed captaincy.”

“Starc deserves special attention for bowling as well as he has in a long time, and for leading the attack so well. He said it best when he said he wasn’t swinging and that he was just hitting a nice length and targeting the batsman. Cam Green shouldn’t bowl at all today, according to the men in there, because his workload needs to be monitored. He really shouldn’t have bowled today, but we wanted him to because of his recent performance “Added he.

When asked about Josh Hazlewood’s fitness, Smith responded, “I have no idea about Josh Hazlewood, but Harris is batting good in the nets, so he needs to trust the process and he can turn it around.”

Jhye Richardson removed Jos Buttler almost immediately when the final session resumed on Day 5 at 180/8. (26). The wicketkeeper for the Three Lions got hit wicket after a 207-ball stint.

Richardson took the final wicket of James Anderson (2), giving Australia a resounding victory in the second Test.

Travis Head, Marnus Labuschagne, and Jhye Richardson were the standout performances in the second Test on Sunday, as Australia took complete control.

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