Australia’s batsman Steve Smith is suffering from vertigo again. Smith revealed the vertigo problem during practice for the match on Monday. He has faced this problem before. Australia’s World Cup match against Afghanistan at Wankhede on Tuesday. In the meantime, Smith’s vertigo problem has caused concern in the Australia camp.
Smith said, “During the World Cup, the sudden onset of vertigo caused a bit of trouble. Hopefully I can play against Afghanistan tomorrow.” However, Smith was seen batting during practice. There was no problem at that time. He added, “Hopefully everything will be fine.”
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Smith’s performance in this World Cup is not that extraordinary. He scored only 205 runs in seven matches. Just a half century. Average 29.28. Strike rate 86.13. Currently third in the league table. Their accumulated points are 12. If they win against Afghanistan, the Smiths will almost seal their place in the semis.
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