Australia continued their supremacy over England in the Ashes, the hosts whitewashed the visitors in the fifth and final Test and clinched the series at 5-0.
Category: The Ashes 2013-14
Coverage of the Ashes 2013-14 Cricket tournament.
Australia takes charge from day one – 5th Test vs. England
Steven Smith blasted a ton and shared a valuable partnership of 127 runs with Brad Haddin for the 6th wicket while the hosts grabbed an early wicket of England.
Australia crumbled England in the 4th Test
Chris Rogers blasted a ton as the dominant Australia continued with their winning spree against the visiting English side which lost the 4th Test consistently.
England maintains supremacy – 4th Test vs. Australia
The English speedsters led by James Anderson and Stuart Broad, took their team to a commanding position after crushing the Kangaroos batting in the 1st innings.
Kevin Pietersen consolidates England – 4th Test vs. Australia
The middle order batsman of England, Kevin Pietersen, rescued his side with an unbeaten fifty when most of the batsmen surrendered even after a reasonable start.
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.
Ton from David Warner lifts Australia – 3rd Test vs. England
Australia got a reasonable 1st innings lead vs. England as David Warner stabilized their position with a century after sharing a hefty stand with Chris Rogers.
England batsmen fight for survival – 2nd Test vs. Australia
The English skipper along with Michael Carberry provided a reasonable opening stand vs. Australia whereas their middle order was unable to utilize strong base.
Steven Smith stabilized Australia – 3rd Test vs. England
Steven Smith rescued Australia with his second Test ton whereas David Warner, Brad Haddin and Mitchell Johnson assisted him well in the 2nd Test vs. England.