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It felt like a long, long 18 months.

547 days of waiting to be right.

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But after 16 innings, one, Steve Smith at last The first day of the second test between Australia and Sri Lanka broke the millennium drought.

Smith took 193 balls to get there and eventually finished the day unbeaten 109, joining Alex Kerry at 16.

In Gale, you struggled to find someone who was more relaxed than the former Osia captain, even though his best friend, Marnes Labushagn, had just run away.

Labushan himself has been around for a hundred years – the first test ton overseas – and after a day’s game he shared a fun time with him and Smith on the team bus.

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Ironically, this was the first time that both Labushagn and Smith had been in the same experimental competition for a hundred years.

While Labushang was having a good time, there were many who met Smith’s recent success.

Not only did Smith feel this way, but it was a special occasion for Creekub reporter Bharat Sandersa.

Sundarasa tweeted: “Australia’s dressing room looks happy and there’s something more relaxed than Steve Smith’s arrival today in that century.

The last time he got three figures, he saw the amazing work he had done over the past 18 months.

Adam Collins, a 33-year-old man, told SN News: “He’s back to doing what he loves to do.”

“Steven Smith, all hard work pays off in the end,” Collins said.

“This 28th test ton is coming a lot and it means a lot to him. A bat waving to his teammates on the porch. Fifth in Asia, second with Sri Lanka, 14th away.

“Unsurprisingly and authoritative, Steve Smith is back to doing what he loves to do.

There is no doubt that Australian cricket fans need their fingers and toes to hope that this is the age of growth, and that Smith will need to return three times as much.

Can the Coca-Cola star make history again, now that he is three years shy away from home in Australia to hold the test record for centuries?

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