Marnus Labuschagne scored his fourth century in five Tests as Australia proceeded with their control over the meeting New Zealand side in Sydney on Friday. Allowing the 25-year-old organization, was a typical face - Steve Smith. And keeping in mind that the Australian maestro scored his 29th Test 50 years, he didn't have everything his way at the Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG). The previous Australian captain took 39 balls, 43 minutes to get off the imprint. A tremendous cheer rang out at the SCG with Smith in any event, getting an agreeable freight boat from New Zealand pacer Neil Wagner.
In the wake of confronting 38 speck balls, Steve Smith prodded a Wagner conveyance to square leg and set off for a brisk single, nearly coming about in Labuschagne getting run out.
In the wake of finishing the single, Wagner gave Smith well disposed push before the Australian lifted his hand to acknowlege the noisy cheers from fans at the SCG.
Australia have just secured the three-coordinate arrangement by taking a 2-0 top notch lead by winning the initial two Tests.
Australia won the hurl and decided to bat against the guests, who rolled out five improvements to the group that lost the Boxing Day Test in Melbourne by 247 runs.
Opener Joe Burns fell in the fifteenth over, settled by Colin de Grandhomme and got by Ross Taylor from the outset slip for 18.
David Warner fell again to the leg-side snare after the lunch interim when he was gotten by de Grandhomme at leg ravine off his enemy Neil Wagner for 45.
Labuschagne and Smith got together to put on a 156-run represent the third wicket before de Grandhomme struck again to get the large scalp of Smith for 63.
Australia didn't any longer mishaps on the opening day and were 283 for three when stumps were called.