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06:50  10 september  2019
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Steve Smith has ignited a storm in a teacup after Australia's Ashes triumph, with claims that he mocked England spinner Jack Leach during celebrations at Old Trafford.

After more match-winning batting exploits in the fourth Test, which pushed Australia to a decisive 2-1 series advantage, Smith was photographed celebrating in a pair of glasses.

No.11 batsman Leach and his glasses shot to national fame in England after he helped Ben Stokes win the third Test at Headingley.

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However, the Australian camp immediately poured cold water on the story, saying that Smith was paying tribute to former Aussie Test opening batsman Chris Rogers; also a left-hander who wore glasses.

Getty Images photographer Ryan Pierse, who took one of the Smith images being circulated, backed Australia's version of events.

Yet the explanation has not washed with some members of the English press, who are convinced that Leach was the real target.

Writing for The Telegraph, Nick Hoult said that Smith has also rubbed the glasses and shadow-batted left-handed during festivities at Old Trafford. Leach famously reenacted the lone single of his Headingley innings amid England's third Test victory celebrations and regularly polished his glasses during his stoic innings.

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Hoult was not buying the Rogers story.

"The conclusion was that he was mimicking Jack Leach, although sources close to the team said he was taking off Chris Rogers, the former opener who last played for Australia four years ago," Hoult wrote.

"It seems an unlikely story and will not endear Smith to English fans at the Oval this week."

How Smith enraged England with this photo© Getty Steve Smith (R) celebrates in glasses after Australia retained the Ashes at Old Trafford.

Writing for The Sun, David Coverdale said that Australian players had also mocked Leach over his 'dismissal' of Smith on a no-ball in Manchester, during his first innings score of 211. The Sun branded the Aussies 'SPECS RAVERS' and highlighted a fan's social media comment calling Smith "classless".

"The run machine wiped a pair of glasses, put them on and shadow batted left-handed to much laughter from his pals," Coverdale wrote.

"The former Aussie captain was apparently mimicking England's bespectacled spinner Leach, who scored one not out at Headingley to help the hosts win two weeks ago. During England's own celebrations in Leeds, Leach replicated his run in the middle, with the video going viral.

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"The riotous Aussies were also heard last night shouting 'no ball' and 'come back Smithy', in reference to when Leach 'dismissed' Smith in the first innings at Old Trafford but had overstepped."

How Smith enraged England with this photo© Getty Steve Smith during his Ashes batting masterclass at Old Trafford.

It has also been reported by multiple outlets that euphoric Australian players celebrated with the chant: "Who did we beat? England. How did we do it? Easy."; before getting down and doing push-ups.

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Yet those more obvious taunts have been overshadowed by England's rage at Smith, who has dominated the Ashes with 671 runs from just five innings, averaging 134.20.

He was crucial to Australia retaining the urn in England for the first time since 2001 and his public enemy No.1 status has now been enhanced. Some of the social media comments from England fans relating to his glasses celebration are extreme.

How Smith enraged England with this photo© Getty Steve Smith (R) celebrates on Old Trafford after Australia retained the Ashes.

Writing for The Daily Mail, Dan Ripley said that Smith had further soured his testy relationship with England fans, who have regularly booed him during his Ashes feats due to his involvement in 'Sandpapergate'.

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"Steve Smith was already the pantomime villain for England fans but he has riled them even more following Australia's celebrations after they retained the Ashes on Sunday," Ripley wrote.

"While Smith has made fun of England's bowling attack by consistently posting huge crucial scores throughout the series, he has taken the mocking to outside the Test arena too after poking fun at spin bowler Jack Leach.

"Two hours after securing victory, Australia returned to the pitch in a celebratory mood with beers in hand and dressed in their cricket whites. After Nathan Lyon gave a foul mouthed speech about the press he invited Smith into a team huddle, with the Aussie talisman wiping off a pair of glasses and shadow batting left handed to hilarity among his teammates."

How Smith enraged England with this photo© Getty Steve Smith hits out on day four of the fourth Ashes Test.

Writing for The Times, Elizabeth Ammon offered a straighter account.

"During celebrations that ran long into the night and which began with several beers in the dressing room at Old Trafford while still in their whites, Australia made their way onto the pitch, where Nathan Lyon gave a rousing speech to the team. Smith was then invited into the middle of the huddle, where he wiped a pair of glasses, put them on and shadow batted left-handed," Ammon wrote.

"Despite this, Australia claim that Smith was actually impersonating his friend, Chris Rogers, the former Australian left-handed opener, who also wears glasses, rather than Leach, a left-hander who has become a cult hero among England fans for his role at Headingley."

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