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Sport Steve Smith left stunned after being given out caught behind in Sheffield Shield match

04:45  12 november  2019
04:45  12 november  2019 Source:

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Steve Smith hates getting out.

We all know that.

So what about when he’s given out when he thinks he shouldn’t have been?

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Well, it’s fair to say the former Australia skipper didn’t exactly skip back to the SCG dressing-room smiling after being controversially given out caught behind on day two of NSW’s Sheffield Shield encounter with Western Australia.

Smith had just brought up his 42nd first class century when he attempted to glide a short ball from Marcus Stoinis through the vacant slips area.

WA wicket-keeper Josh Inglis, standing up to the stumps, took the ball and immediately appealed.

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Steve Smith hit an unbeaten half century to leave NSW on top against Western Australia on day one of their Sheffield Shield match at the SCG, despite some The Test star ended up scoring 24 during the entire middle session , reaching the boundary for the first time with a six just before the tea break.

Stoinis joined in the appeal and the umpire, after waiting a few seconds, raised his finger.

A stunned Smith stood his ground and glared back at the umpire before reluctantly departing the crease, looking back towards the pitch on a couple of occasions.

The match commentators remarked: “Steve Smith isn’t very happy. He is shaking his head. He looks dismayed.”

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