Australia Men vs England Men - 5th Test - Sydney

AUS
649/7d (193.0)
0/0
VS
ENG
346 (112.3)
180 (88.1)
CR:2.04 | Day 5
COMPLETED
MATCH DETAILS
  • Venue

    Sydney

  • Series

    Magellan Ashes 2017-18

  • Toss

    England won the toss and elected to bat.

  • Umpire

    Dharmasena, H D P K , Wilson, J S

  • Match Referee

    Madugalle, R S

  • Tv Umpire

    Ravi, S

  • Man of the Match

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Batter R B 4s 6s SR
Tom Curran 23 40 5 0 57.50
James Anderson 2 23 0 0 8.70
Bowler O M R W NB WD Ec.
Josh Hazlewood 17.1 6 36 1 0 0 2.10

88.1 Josh Hazlewood to James Anderson

Over 89. no runs. Bowler: Josh Hazlewood. England: 10-180(rr 2.02)

W

88.1 Josh Hazlewood to James Anderson

OUT! Caught. Josh Hazlewood to James Anderson. Short, down leg side on the back foot defending, outside edge to wicketkeeper, by Paine. First ball after drinks and Hazlewood has finished the job. Anderson doesn't think he's touched this but the umpire does, and that's good enough because England are out of reviews. Australia have crushed England by an innings and 123 runs at the SCG, that seals the series 4-0. The hosts have completely outplayed the tourists with both bat and ball, and fully deserve the glory of lifting the urn. England fought hard today, their captain especially showing admirable desire after spending the morning in hospital. In the end though, they were unable to resist a rampant Aussie attack on a wearing surface. It was always going to be tough for the tourists after making a sub-par total when they had won the toss, and the hosts really made them toil in the heat over the next few days. That's The Ashes done and dusted for another couple of years, and what a series it has been for Australia. Yet another absolute drubbing of England down under, charging to a 4-0 series win in style. Steve Smith lifts the urn as player of the series, and all of Australia celebrate. Next up it's the ODI series starting in just under a week, perhaps England can bounce back with a change in format.

W

Australia Men

Cameron Bancroft
David Warner
Usman Khawaja
Steven Smith (c)
Shaun Marsh
Mitchell Marsh
Tim Paine (wk)
Mitchell Starc
Pat Cummins
Josh Hazlewood
Nathan Lyon

England Men

Alastair Cook
Mark Stoneman
James Vince
Joe Root (c)
Dawid Malan
Jonny Bairstow (wk)
Moeen Ali
Tom Curran
Stuart Broad
Mason Crane
James Anderson