Cricket-Missed hundred on 'dead' Rawalpindi wicket annoys Australia's Smith

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  • Monday, 07 Mar 2022

FILE PHOTO: Cricket - Australia Nets - Kia Oval, London, Britain - September 10, 2019 Australia's Steve Smith during nets Action Images via Reuters/Paul Childs

ISLAMABAD (Reuters) - Australia run-machine Steve Smith was kicking himself after missing out on a hundred on a "dead" Rawalpindi wicket on Monday as the opening test against Pakistan headed for a draw.

Each of Australia's top four batsmen passed the 50-mark but could not convert them into hundreds on a flat track which yielded 925 runs and 11 wickets over four days of a run-feast.

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