"Everyone's entitled to their opinion and how they want to treat people. It's water off a duck's back and it doesn't bother me. They call it 'white noise'. When I'm out in the middle I don't pay attention to the crowd or what they're saying."
Australian cricketers were targeted by the Barmy Army recently
Australian cricketers were expecting a hostile reception on English soil even before landing here.
Earlier, they had faced a taste of the wrath as the informal English fan club, Barmy Army trolled them by putting up doctored images of the cricketers.
The Barmy Army's tweet signified that it was just the beginning and there could be more attacks, the moment Aussies land in England.
Smith focused on doing his work for Australia
Smith acknowledged the support they have received from the squad.
"It's like we never left in a way. I know I've got the support of my team-mates up on the balcony and for me that's the most important thing. If I can make them proud out in the middle and make Australians proud as much as I can then that's my job," said Smith.
Smith shows his style to conquer the boos
Smith, who faced England for the first time since the scandal in 2018, got to his hundred with a six and a single.
He has been in supreme form with the bat leading up to the 2019 World Cup.
Prior to this innings, he got scores of 22, 89*, 91* and 76 in four warm-up matches.
The star batsman is Australia's most vital player.
Aussies gain the maximum from these warm-up matches
Australia go into the World Cup as one of the leading favorites. They have done well in the warm-up matches and had won eight successive ODIs prior to that. With Smith in such grand form, Aussies may dictate the show in the Cricket World Cup.