Watch: Steve Smith's hilarious batting stance in Sheffield Shield tournament


Australia's top cricketer Steve Smith is one of the best batsmen in the present era. He is a nightmare to the opposition bowlers. The first and the most foremost thing that he does is to get into the zone. Once he is thoroughly comfortable at the crease, then he takes his batting to the next level in intensity.

This sums up the essential Steve Smith for you. Australia's run-machine has often been consistent with the bat across formats. He was last seen plying his trade for his country in the recently-concluded Border Gavaskar Trophy series. The right-handed batsman managed to accumulate as many as 313 runs with a batting average of 44.71.

The 31-year-old cricketer smashed 1 century and 2 fifties to his name, where he registered his personal best knock of 131. He will be looking forward to the upcoming IPL season because he was already released by Rajasthan Royals ahead of the IPL 2021 auction. The upcoming auction is scheduled to take place in Chennai on February 18.

Meanwhile, the cricketer has set his base price bracket at INR 2 crore. It will be quite interesting to see which franchise will rope Steve Smith for the upcoming auction. There are more possibilities of seeing him at Chennai Super Kings and the yellow army will try their best to recruit his services for the next season.

Steve Smith's funny batting stance goes viral

The cricketer is currently busy in the ongoing Sheffield Shield tournament in his country. During the 11th game between Victoria and New South Wales, Smith made the headlines for a hilarious reason. The right-handed batsman has often made the headlines for his quirky batting stance.

His batting stance has often caught the attention of the fans. This time too, he ensured to draw the attention of cricket fraternity with a hilarious batting stance and the video of the same spread like wildfire on social media. Earlier, Victoria won the toss and opted to bowl first.

Plying his trade for New South Wales, Smith hardly score runs but managed to make everyone laugh with his crazy batting moves. The right-handed batsman ended up getting dismissed for just 7 runs as Mitchell Perry took his wicket.