Steve Smith turns 32: Wishes pour in from different corners of the world

Steve smith turns 32
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Steve Smith, the former Australian cricket captain and current Delhi Capitals (DC) player, turned 32 on Wednesday.

He has established himself as one of the greatest batsmen of his generation.

Steve Smith was a standout performer in the 1987 World Cup, primarily with the ball, and then led Australia to World Cup triumph in 1999.

Along with Tom Moody, he became the first Australian to win two World Cups.

Smith has often hauled his club out of difficulty and relieved strain on his teammates as a fixture in the batting order.

As a result, a lot of players from around the world, including his Indian Premier League (IPL) teammates, have wished him on social media on his birthday.

Shikhar Dhawan, India’s opener and a Delhi Capitals player, wished “Smudge” a happy birthday on Instagram.

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While playing for DC, he uploaded a photo of the two exchanging a fist bump.

Smith, according to the Delhi franchise, is one of the best batters in the world and a “unapologetic cricket nuffy.”

DC told him that he should “never change.”

The International Cricket Council (ICC) marked the occasion by tweeting a brief video of Smith’s historic century against India in the 2015 World Cup semi-final.

Dani, his wife also shared a photo of the couple on Instagram, expressing her delight that Smith is home for his birthday celebrations.

Smith posted on Instagram a picture of himself seated behind a beautifully adorned cake made by his wife Dani Willis.

He also expressed gratitude for everyone’s birthday greetings.

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