Steve Smith, the proficient batsman of Australia, is counted among the best modern-day cricketers of the world. Be it red-ball or white-ball cricket, the right-hander comes across as a major challenge for all the bowlers who had to put a strenuous effort to dismiss Smith. Therefore, it is natural to see him scoring heaps of runs in International cricket.
Recently, the former Australian captain was lauded by his teammate David Warner who thinks that Smith is second to none when it comes to batting. From his application to his work ethic to his mental strength, the aggressive opening batsman was in awe of everything about Steve Smith. Not only that, but the 33-year old cricketer is also of the opinion that it is impossible for the rest of the players to replicate the class of Smith.
It is important to note that the 30-year old has more than 12000 runs in the International circuit. He boasts a batting average of 62.84 in Test cricket which becomes 42.46 and 29.60 when it comes to ODIs and T20I matches respectively.