The Englishmen hugged their first victory of the tour vs. Australia with a brilliant all round performance by Ben Stokes, well assisted by Jos Buttler.
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Luckless England lost a thriller – 2nd ODI vs. Australia
The misery for the Englishmen continued on the tour when the 23-year-old young gun of Australia, James Faulkner, snatched away the match from the visitors.
Australia reclaimed Ashes – 3rd Test vs. England
The formidable Australians continued their dominance in the Ashes by beating England all ends up in the third Test at Perth and leads the series at 3-0.
Australia five wickets away from grabbing the Ashes – 3rd Test
The top order batsman of the Kangaroos, Shane Watson, got back his batting form with a ton whereas the hosts require just 5 English wickets to grasp the Ashes.
England Mitchelled in the 1st innings – 2nd Test vs. Australia
Mitchell Johnson crippled the English bowling line up with his fiery bowling spell in the first innings as Australia anticipates a successive win in the series.
Mitchell Johnson completed the demolition project- 1st Test vs. England
The sensational fast bowling from the Australian speedster, Mitchell Johnson, crushed the English batting and the visitors lost the 1st Test by a huge margin.
England clinched another win and the series – 4th Investec Test vs. Australia
Stuart Broad delivered a lethal fast bowling spell vs. Australia on the fourth day of the 4th Test as the visitors surrendered in another game against England.
Ian Bell led stabilised England – 4th Investec Test vs. Australia
Another competent hundred by Ian Bell led his side to a commanding position in the 4th Test vs. Australia who lost the momentum while losing 5 wickets cheaply.
England rescued by rain – 3rd Investec Test vs. Australia
The English batting line up started sliding towards decline against the lethal bowling of Australia as the hosts survived a most likely defeat due to weather.
England sunk Australia again – 2nd Investec Test
The diminishing form of the Australian batsmen continued in the second Investec Test as the lethal English bowlers drowned them in the successive game.