The Australian cricket team has been one of the top sides for a long time, have always been extremely competitive on the field, and played the game hard.
However, over the last few years they haven’t been able to replicate their enormous success, struggling especially outside Australia.
Howver, they looked settled in the Test format over the last few months. The demolition of a good English side, who themselves went through a difficult phase with disciplinary issues, meant the Aussies were moving in the right direction under captain Steve Smith.
The skipper himself was in tremendous form and the bowling was one of the best attacks Australia has ever had.
The South African sojourn couldn’t have started better for the Aussies, with a crushing win in the first Test. The Proteas were under the pump, having just lost two Tests in a row at home. The second Test disaster though, which left the vice-captain David Warner with demerit points and resulted in the ban of Kagiso Rabada, seems to have affected the visitors more than the hosts.
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