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Steve Smith's reply to Deadly bouncer, a century that keeps aussies on the board | Smith smashes a hundred

Smith was on 78 in a matter of seconds before tea when he was hit by a Neil Wagner bouncer and dropped to his knees.

Australia are still aware of the passing of their buddy Phillip Hughes, who was murdered in late 2014 in the wake of being hit by a bouncer in a top of the line match, and kindred centurion Joe Burns said there was genuine concern when his commander dropped to the pitch.

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Australia are still aware of the demise of their partner Phillip Hughes, who was murdered in late 2014 subsequent to being hit by a bouncer in a five star match, and kindred centurion Joe Burns said there was genuine concern when his commander dropped to the pitch.


Christchurch: Australia skipper Steve Smith shook off a sickening hit to the back of his head and scored up his fourteenth Test century, procuring the acclaim for his fellow team members and New Zealand adversaries toward the end of the second day of the second Test on Sunday.

Smith was on 78 in no time before tea when he was hit by a Neil Wagner bouncer and dropped to his knees, quickly provoking pants from the group at Hagley Oval.

Australia are still aware of the demise of their buddy Phillip Hughes, who was slaughtered in late 2014 in the wake of being hit by a bouncer in a top of the line match, and kindred centurion Joe Burns said there was genuine concern when his commander dropped to the pitch.

It absolutely dependably a worry when you see somebody get hit in the head, it got him entirely flush also," Burns told correspondents after Australia completed the second day on 363 for four, only seven runs untied of New Zealand.

Luckily the therapeutic staff was out there rapidly, they gave him the all unmistakable. Fortunately the tea break was around the bend so he could take a seat for 20 minutes and let the stun settle."

Smith went to enroll his fourteenth test century after the break before he was in the long run released for 138, by Wagner. Blazes tumbled to the same bowler for 170 with both out in the last 30 minutes of play.

Left-armer Wagner, who has been tasked in late Tests for New Zealand to convey the short-pitched floods against the batsmen, said he believed Smith's reaction demonstrated the kind of character he was.

"I kept running up straight to him and he flashed his eyes a tiny bit," Wagner said. "He said he was fine and he took a touch of time which we all said 'ensure you take enough time and get yourself prepared'.

"Short-pitched rocking the bowling alley is just about attempting to divert them from their diversion and attempt to get a wicket in some kind of way," he said.

"Clearly they (Australia) made things look really simple so we were simply attempting to divert him from that."

Whenever Baz (Brendon McCullum) comes to me and requests that I do a specific part or plan then it's exactly what I have to accomplish for the group to attempt and get an outcome or a wicket. Clearly the two wickets toward the end helped us and were very critical."

"(Be that as it may, it's not pleasant, is it? It's bit of a temperamental feeling. It's never one's goal to hit somebody in the head and see him go down like that. I think one serious part of credit to him to take a blow like that and stand up and bat the way he did, demonstrates the character of the bloke he is, so credit to him. I thought he did really well from that point."
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