Jan 18 Thursday 2018 09:18 PM
It is a lifetime achievement for any Australian cricket team captain to lead his team to Ashes Victory, however; current Australian captain Steve Smith is far from satisfied. In a recent interview in Sydney , he said that he wants to defeat England in their home ground and only then he will be satisfied.
The Ashes Test Match Series is a test cricket tournament that is played between Australia and England every two years. This year, the tournament took place in Australia where England was defeated by 4-0 in a 5 test match series. The Australian team, under Steve Smith's captainship, outperformed them in almost all the skills of the game of test match cricket. On being interviewed by the Australian Newspaper, The Sydney Herald he said that winning Ashes in England is a part of his "Bucket List" and he needs to make the team better one to face British swinging deliveries there. With the current Ashes victory, Australia has become the second-best team in the world while England has slipped to the fifth position. The next Ashes tournament will be played in England in the year 2019.
Steve Smith is currently one of the best players in the world. What makes him special is the undying desire to keep achieving more. He knows very well that nowadays winning a tournament in your home ground is easier because you better know the pitch, ground, and other conditions. If he can defeat England in their home ground, then it will be a part of the historic win for which he will be remembered forever.
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