Steven Smith brought up his 29th test century in the ongoing Test series against West Indies drawing level with legendray Australian batsman Don Bradman.
Smith was untroubled in his entire innings as Australia pummeled a hapless West Indies bowling line up. Smith brought up his century in 194 balls taking 88 tests as opposed to Bradman who played 52 Test matches.
Smith is now sits joint 14th on the all-time list. The former Australian captain will now be eyeing fellow Australian Mathew Hayden and Shivnarine Chanderpaul's 30 Test centuries. Indian great Sachin Tendulkar's 51 centuries remains the benchmark.
The list also has fellow Aussies, Steve Waugh and Ricky Ponting with 32 and 41 centuries respectively.
Australia scored a mammoth 598-4 dec with Smith scoring 200 of 311 balls and Marnus Labuschagne (204 of 350 balls) also knotching a double century.
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