What a shot to get there as well, a glorious push to cover, lovely transfer of weight and he’s creamed it to the boundary.
It’s his second Lord’s century, 12th against England.
He’s got there off 169 balls.
“There was something inevitable about that,” BBC commentator Simon Mann says.
“England were not budging Steve Smith. One of the greats turns it on again at Lord’s.”
It’s his 32nd Test century as well – and he’s the fastest Test cricketer to reach that particular milestone.
“Yesterday Smith came out straight away on top and what a way to bring up three figures, a beautiful cover drive,” Michael Vaughan says.
And to follow up he’s helicopter clipped another one to the rope through midwicket. Sublime stuff from this generation’s greatest exponent of the batting craft.
No run off the last.
And Smith demands a change of gloves and a drink, 11 minutes before drinks, between overs.