Ashes: England crushed by Australia in final Test today.
Table of Contents
Australia wins the Ashes: England’s miserable Ashes tour ended with one last calamitous batting failure as Australia surged to a 146-run victory in the final Test and claim a 4-0 series win.
Ashes, 5th Test, Day 3 Highlights: Australia beat England in the fifth and final match of the Ashes by 146 runs at Bellerive Oval in Hobartto take the series 4-0.
Pat Cummins seals a stunning 146-run win for Australian by bowling England’s No.10 Ollie Robinson for a golden duck. England have been bowled out for 124. The tourists lost 10-56.
Set 271 to win, England reached 68-0 but then lost all 10 wickets for the addition of another 56 runs.
Australia beat England in the fifth and final match of the Ashes by 146 runs at Bellerive Oval in Hobart to take the series 4-0. It was another poor performance by the English batters, as they were bowled out for 124 runs in the fourth innings while chasing the target of 271. Cameroon Gree, Scott Boland, and Pat Cummins picked three wickets each while Mitchell Starc took one for Australia in the final innings.
5th Test, The Ashes, 2021/22, Jan 14, 2022 Day 3 | Match Ended | Australia wins the Ashes
|Australia 303 & 155 (Head 101, Green 74) & 155 (Carey 49, Wood 6-37)|
|England 188 & 124 (Cummins 4-45) & 124 (Boland 3-18, Green 3-21)|
Travis Head is the player of the series
Head wins the Compton–Miller Medal after accumulating 357 runs at 59.50 across four Tests. What a fine series he’s had.
The 28-year-old is also named player of the match in Hobart after his brilliant 101 in the first innings that pulled Australia back into the Test after an early collapse of 3-12.
“Great to have an impact. I worked on a lot of things over the last couple of years and I didn’t quite take the opportunity that I did earlier in my career. It’s a nice Australian cricket team to be in.”Travis Head had a splendid series.
AUSTRALIA HAVE WON THE ASHES SERIES 4-0
Pat Cummins seals a stunning 146-run win for Australian by bowling England’s No.10 Ollie Robinson for a golden duck.
England have been bowled out for 124.
The tourists lost 10-56. Let that sink in. I can barely recall an hour of cricket like that.
That happened so quickly.
Australia have won the series 4-0 and celebrate accordingly.
Australia wins the Ashes by 4-0 Fire 
Australia wins the Ashes and England went through one of the worst batting collapse in this entire tour of The Ashes. Australia closed out a dominant summer by taking the final 10 England wickets for just 56 runs as Pat Cummins’ men seal a 4-0 Ashes win on home soil
First Test – Australia won by 9 wickets
Second Test – Australia won by 275 runs
Third Test – Australia won by an innings and 14 runs
Fourth Test – Match drawn
Fifth Test – Australia won by 146 runs
Presentation Speech Captain of both Team
“As a professional cricketer, these are the series you have in your diary a couple of years out. To be at the end of a five-Test match series with so many positives … it’s huge, so really pumped. It feels like we’re really building to something big. Thanks for your support. I hope it puts some smiles on your faces. We had an absolute ball.”Australian captain Pat Cummins speaking after Australia wins the Ashes
“It’s been a really tough tour for us. We’ve played good cricket in parts, we’ve just not managed to string a whole game together. It’s something we have to learn from. Too often we’ve not given our bowlers enough to work with.”England captain Joe Root chats after the match – Australia crushed England
Vodafone Men’s Ashes
Australia: Pat Cummins (c), Steve Smith (vc), Scott Boland, Alex Carey, Cameron Green, Marcus Harris, Travis Head, Josh Inglis, Usman Khawaja, Marnus Labuschagne, Nathan Lyon, Mitch Marsh, Michael Neser, Jhye Richardson, Mitchell Starc, Mitchell Swepson, David Warner
England: Joe Root (c), James Anderson, Jonathan Bairstow, Dom Bess, Sam Billings, Stuart Broad, Rory Burns, Zak Crawley, Haseeb Hameed, Dan Lawrence, Jack Leach, Dawid Malan, Craig Overton, Ollie Pope, Ollie Robinson, Ben Stokes, Chris Woakes, Mark Wood