England vs Australia 5th Test The Ashes 2023 Highlights

Watch the highlights of England vs Australia 5th Test The Ashes 2023 - The Ashes Series 2023 - Australia tour of England 5-match Test series of the 5th Test match played between Australia and England at The Oval in 27th July to 31st July 2023.

England vs Australia 5th Test The Ashes 2023 Highlights
Joe Root and Jonny Bairstow added a century stand © Getty Images

Harry Brook, Chris Woakes, Zak Crawley, Joe Root and Jonny Bairstow stars as England thrilling 49-run victory over Australia and square the five-match Ashes series with 2-2 in the fifth Test match.

Match Stats :
  • England didn't lost a Test series against Australia at home since 2001 when they lost the Ashes series by a 1-4 margin. They won four consecutive home Ashes Test series against the Australians between 2005, 2009, 2013 and 2015, while the previous Ashes series in 2019 also ended in a 2-2 draw.
  • 2 Test series lost for England at home since 2013. They won the 14-series out of the 22 Test series played at home in this period, while six other series ended in a draw, with the Ashes 2023.
  • 140 : David Warner and Usman Khawaja set up the record first-wicket partnership in a fourth Innings for Australia in a losing cause in Test matches, previously held by the 126-run stand between Chris Rogers and David Warner against South Africa at Gqeberha in 2014 and the fifth highest opening stand to end up a losing cause in a fourth-innings in Tests.
  • Between England and Australia batsmens scored 1224 runs at The Oval, the most runs without a individual century in a Test match. The previous most batsmens runs in a Test match without a hundred was 1224 runs between South Africa and England at Durban in 1928.
  • Stuart Broad took 106 Test wickets against Australia at home venue in Tests - the most wickets by an England bowler against an opponent at home venue in Tests, surpassing the previous record of 105 wickets by James Anderson against India and the second-most wickets by any bowler against an opponent in a country, behind Shane Warne's 129 Test wickets against England in England.

* Mitchell Starc's four-wicket haul derails fast-paced England to give Australia upper hand, Harry Brook stars with blazing 85 but Australia Openers replied in composed fashion in final session on the opening day of the fifth Ashes Test match.

* Steve Smith, Pat Cummins and Todd Murphy drag Australia to a unlikely first innings 12 run lead on the day two of the fifth Ashes Test match.

* Blazing Innings by Joe Root's 91 and Jonny Bairstow's 78 and Zak Crawley's 73 helped to India take a 377-run overnight lead in the day three of the fifth Ashes Test match.

* Openers David Warner and Usman Khawaja's unbeaten fifties lay base for chase with unbroken century stand in the day four of the fifth Ashes Test match.

* Stuart Broad conjured one last burst of magic, farewell off from his international career with the last two Australian wickets to drawn the Ashes series with 2-2 at The Oval in the fifth and final day of 5th Ashes Test match.

England 1st Innings scored 283 for all-out in 54.4 overs with top scorer by Harry Brook hammered a 85 off 91-balls including 11-fours & 2-sixes with strike rate of 93.40.

Ben Duckett cracked a run-a-ball 41-runs including 3-fours, Chris Woakes hit a run-a-ball 36-runs included 4-fours & a six with strike rate of 100.

Moeen Ali blasted a 34 off 47-balls included 3-fours & 2-sixes with strike rate of 72.34, Mark Wood hammered a 28 off 29-balls included 5-fours with strike rate of 96.55 and Zak Crawley scored 22 off 37-balls with 3-fours.

1st Innings Australia best bowler by Mitchell Starc claimed a 4-wickets for 82-runs in 14.4-overs including a maiden.

Todd Murphy, Josh Hazlewood both took 2-wickets and one for Mitchell Marsh - Pat Cummins.

Australia 1st Innings scored 295 for all-out in 103.1-overs at Stumps - with top scorer by Steve Smith struck 71 off 123-balls including 6-fours.

Usman Khawaja scored 47 off consuming 157-balls including 6-fours, Pat Cummins hit 36 off 86-ballls included 4-fours.

Todd Murphy blasted a 34 off 39-balls including 3-sixes & 2-fours with strike rate of 87.17, David Warner cracked a 24 off 52-balls included 3-fours and Mitchell Marsh 16.

1st Innings England best bowler by Chris Woakes picked up 3-wickets, Joe Root, Stuart Broad, Mark Wood each took 2-wickets and one for James Anderson.

England 2nd Innings scored 389-9 in 80 overs with top scorer by Joe Root blasted a 91 off 106-balls - who fell nine-run short of his century - including 11-fours & a six with strike rate of 85.84.

Jonny Bairstow struck 78 off 103-balls including 11-fours, Zak Crawley hammered a 73 off 76-balls included 9-fours with strike rate of 96.05.

Ben Duckett cracked a 42 off 55-balls including 7-fours, Ben Stokes scored 42 off 67-balls included 3-fours & a six and Moeen Ali hit 29 off 38-balls with 4-fours.

2nd Innings Australia best bowler by Mitchell Starc claimed a 4-wickets for 94-runs in 19-overs including two maidens.

Todd Murphy picked up 3-wickets and one for Josh Hazlewood - Pat Cummins.

Australia 2nd Innings scored 334 for all-out in 94.4 overs with top scorer by Usman Khawaja cracked a 72 off 145-balls including 8-fours.

David Warner scored 60 off 106-balls including 9-fours, Steve Smith struck 54 off 94-balls included 9-fours, Travis Head hit 43 off 70-balls with 6-fours, Alex Carey 28 and Todd Murphy 18.

2nd Innings England best bowler by Chris Woakes claimed a 4-wickets for 50-runs in 19-overs including four maidens, Moeen Ali picked up 3-wickets, Stuart Broad took 2-wickets and one for Mark Wood.

Chris Woakes named Player of the match for his brilliant bowling performance to took seven wickets in an match.

Chris Woakes earned player of the series for contributing 19 wickets in the series for England and Mitchell Starc for Australia, He took 23 wickets in the five-match Ashes series.

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