Steve Smith Is The Fastest Cricketer Reaching 7,000 Runs

Recently, Steve Smith has set a new record in his cricket career. He was the fastest player to get 7,000 runs, a memorable milestone that not everyone has achieved.

Cricket player Steve Smith was born on June 2, 1989 in Australia. Steve Smith ranked 11811 in the world and 16th in the list of famous cricket players. It can be said that he is one of the Australian cricket legends in particular and the world in general.

He has been ranked as one of the best batsman in the world. He served as captain of the Australian cricket team and was an important player in the domestic team like Royals Rajasthan. He received the most prestigious award in the Australian cricket, the Allan Border Medal, in 2015.

After becoming captain of the Australian cricket in 2014, he became the first Australian cricket player to start his captain’s armband for such a long time.

Steve Smith left Menai High School at 17 to play football in England. He conducted his first class in Western Australia in 2008. His mentor is another legend, Shane Warne.

Steve Smith is one of the veteran cricket players who can keep up the game for so long. As of the first quarter of 2018, he has reached 37 first-class, 1 T20 and 10 List A Centuries. The highest score he recorded was 64/7 in a match between South Australian and New South Wales in Sheffield Shield.

Steve Smith recently set a record for being the fastest cricket player in the world to reach 7,000 runs in Tests. Also in this category, he is also one of two players who achieved 1,000 runs in Test in just 4 consecutive years. Not only that, he was also the fastest Australian player to reach 10,000 runs in International Cricket. This achievement is the 6th fastest in the world. He is also the first player to receive the McGilvray Medal 4 times in honor.