Steve Smith declared his dazzling rebound into the red-ball cricket with two consecutive hundreds of years in the Ashes 2019 opener, which closed at Edgbaston in Birmingham on Monday. Steve Smith once more demonstrated his batting ability by standing tall when Australia were in a predicament with England bowlers striking on customary interims. He was presented with the man-of-the-coordinate honor for his top execution. Dazzled by his batting splendor, Australia chief Tim Paine hailed the right-gave batsman, considering him the "best Test batsman".
Paine was a glad man on Monday as Australia pounded most outstanding opponents England by 251 keeps running in the Ashes opener.
"I thought we were unquestionably facing it at that stage yet we had the best player on the planet at the wrinkle," said Paine.
"Steve demonstrated his class in the two innings. We're coming up short on things to state about Smithy. He's most likely the best Test batsman we've at any point seen. We're fortunate to observe it," he included.
Britain, set a monumental objective of 398 to win, fallen to 97/7 in the post-lunch session on the fifth and last day before being bowled out for 146.
Off-spinner Nathan Lyon took 6-49 and quick bowler Pat Cummins 4/32 as Australia making the most of their first win in all organizations at Edgbaston since 2001 - the last time they won an Ashes arrangement in England.
The match was an individual triumph for Australia's Steve Smith, who in his first Test since a year boycott for his job in a ball-altering embarrassment, scored 144 and 142.
Smith was the saint for Australia as they fought once more from 122-8 in the primary innings. Lyon additionally was splendid on Day 5.
"Nathan bowled sublimely yet our three quicks took a ton of weight off him at the opposite end also. The seamers were hair-raising.
"We figured we could enhance our first-innings execution with the ball. Every one of those folks are world-class entertainers. At the beginning of today every one of them four were hair-raising.
"We know each Test we play in England, the group will be against us. I thought the folks dealt with themselves truly well and we've beaten the competition."