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'Pushing the bar higher': Former cricketers praise Steve Smith's double ton in Ashes; brand him modern-day Don Bradman

DNA Friday, 6 September 2019 ()
The Steve Smith double century at Old Trafford that continued his brilliant Ashes campaign has generated wonder Down Under, with Australia media branding him a modern-day Don Bradman on Friday.
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