The Ashes series is a Test cricket series played between England and Australia. The story behind the Ashes series began way back in 1882 when England was beaten by Australia at home at the oval for the very first time. This series shocked the sporting world and gave rise to the sporting times newspaper to print a joke story on the death of English cricket.
In the Ashes series fast bowlers helped Australia beat England by 146 runs in the fifth and final test on day 3 to secure 2021/2022, Australia out in their second innings for 155 and set England a realistic chase of 271, visitors folded from 0-68 a ball prior to tea to 124 all out just 22.4 overs later.
It was a 17 wicket day, the third of such carnage in tests played in Australia over The Australian fast bowlers showed their proficiency with wickets split between Pat James Cummins, Scot Boland, Cameron Green, and Mitchell Starc.
Australian skipper Pat Cummins won his Maiden and Ashes test series, and the cherry on the top is a 4-0 win at home which makes it more special.
Even after the match was over Patrick James Cummins showed why he is an outstanding team man. After winning the trophy, Aussies started celebrating by opening the champagne but due to Islamic religious belief in which alcohol is prohibited and not even touched, Usman Khawaja quit the celebration and had to leave the stage. Pat Cummins saw this and asked his co-players to stop celebrating and spraying alcohol and called out Usman Khawaja back on stage.
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