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England at last secured the Ashes series win that guarantees them cricketing immortality。

Every day someone stands up for England and takes a starring role, while Australias cricketers pop their head above the parapet then scurry back for cover。

Three batsmen - Alastair Cook (above), Ian Bell and Prior - scored centuries in Englands first innings。


Scores of English cricketers had arrived aiming to prise away the little urn, only to be sent back to the motherland with tails firmly between their legs as if to scoff at the very thought of England regaining the Ashes。

If there was any doubt about Englands ability to put a team to bed then it was dispelled at the SCG as they taught the home side another lesson in how to win Test matches。

7 in the order wouldnt be beyond him, while Graeme Swanns swashbuckling 36 simply added to the fun。


SERIES WINS IN AUSTRALIA SINCE THE WAR 1954-55 Australia 1 England 3 Drawn 1 Frank Tyson and Brian Statham starred with the ball for Len Huttons side。

It is not only a victory for this special band of brothers and their travelling party, but a victory for those who went before them and wore the three lions with pride and for the hundreds of thousands of fans who spent hard-earned money over the years to watch and wince。




It was the sixth century scored by an England wicket-keeper against Australia, and the ninth by an England player this series - another record。


Two quick wickets snaffled through brilliant reverse-swing accounted for Usman Khawaja and Michael Clarke as Australias top order failed once more。

It was time to take the initiative and be more attacking and ride your luck and see where you get to, Prior said。

Englands sixth (Cook/Bell), seventh (Prior/Bell) and eighth (Prior/Bresnan) wicket partnerships all put on century stands - the first time this has happened in Test history。

1986-87 Australia 1 England 2 Drawn 2 Three Chris Broad centuries and a thrilling 138 from Ian Botham handed Mike Gatting Englands a last series win in Oz - until today。