By lunch, Australia had scored 402 runs for three wickets and the second session was in the name of Smith. He equaled Don Bradman by scoring his 29th century in his 88th Test.
Australia declared their first innings at 598 for four on the second day of the first Test against the West Indies on Thursday with double centuries from Marnus Labuschagne and Steve Smith. West Indies had scored 74 runs without losing a wicket till stumps due to bad light. This was Labushen’s second double century and he was dismissed on the last ball before lunch after scoring 204 runs.