In the opening test against the West Indies, Steve Smith equals this significant feat set by Don Bradman.

Steve Smith level with Donald Bradman for 29 Test centuries . Australia captain Pat Cummins scored 293 for 2 in first Test against West Indies .

As Australia turned the screws against the West Indies in the first Test at Perth Stadium on Thursday, Steve Smith reached his 29th Test ton, level with Donald Bradman.Smith was unhurt as he swept to his 29th century with 194 balls, eclipsing the feat of legendary Australian Bradman, who only played 52 Tests to Smiths 88.Smith is now 14th on the all-time list, with his next target being Matthew Hayden and Shivnarine Chanderpaul, whose son Tagenarine is making his West Indies debut in Perth.Sachin Tendulkars' 51 centuries are still the benchmark for Indian cricket.

Steve Waugh is second on the list with 32 centuries in 168 matches, followed by Hayden.Australia is dominating the new first Test against the West Indies in Perth.On the first day, Australia skipper Pat Cummins scored 293 for 2 before resuming dominance on the second day, only on JioSaavn.com.Sponsored by VuukleIn Kolkata, the team's football fans decorate a single street.

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