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  • Commonwealth Bank Ashes Series

    Australia vs England - 3rd Test

    December 13, 2013, 1:30PM AET WACA Ground, Perth

    Match Status: Day 5 - Completed
    Australia won by 150 runs

  • England All Out 353 (103.2) & 251 (88.0)
  • Australia 6/ 369 (87.0) (dec) & 385 (103.3)
  • Australia won the toss and elected to bat
  • Graph
  • Current Run Rate: 3.42
BatsmenRB4s6sS/R
JM Anderson*280025.00
SCJ Broad270028.57
This Partnership:4 Runs From 11 Balls (R/R: 2.18)

BowlersOMRWEcon
MG Johnson*25.267843.08
NM Lyon22.057033.18

Last Wicket:Anderson, 2 (c:Bailey b:Johnson, Over: 103.2)
Last 5 overs: . . . 4b . 2 | . W . . . . | . 2 W . 1 . | . . . . 1 1 | 1 W
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104th Over
That is all from the WACA today with Australia regaining the Ashes with a victory of 150 runs in the 3rd Test to let Australia have an unbeatable 3-0 lead in the 5 Test Series.
Cook: Fantastic innings from Stokes full of character especially on a tough wicket with all the cracks developing. Australia have been the better side, but we have been outskilled in all aspects and it is very hard to say that.
Man of the Match - Steven Smith with his first innings 100 where Australia needed someone to step up and he produced a fine 111. This is his 2nd Ashes Test 100.
Clarke - "The support has been outstanding and we could not be happier with the public support and credit to the players and the way they have played."
Clarke "I don't know what to say, it's been an amazing performance not only in this Test Match but the whole 3 Tests."
Mitchell Johnson on his return to Test Cricket "It was pretty hard running into bowl as the emotions were going, but it's a great feeling! I came back from injury with plenty of doubters but I worked hard and have taken the opportunity with both hands."
Ryan Harris on his first Ashes victory - Harris - "An amazing feeling for everyone in the team, we wanted it so bad and it's amazing to finally regain the Ashes!"
The Australian bowlers were amazing in both innings with the total wickets of the game were Harris (4) Siddle (4) Lyon (4) Johnson (6) Watson (2)
Australia have produced a clinical performance with both bat and bowl. Smith (111), Warner (112) and Watson (103) lead the way with hundreds while each bowler contributed in both innings.
Australian players now break off and thank the crowd for what was a tremendous effort in such hot conditions for both players and spectators!
That wicket sends Australia into celebration as they embrace into a team huddle celebrating an Ashes victory, the crowd is celebrating and the ground is a buzz as the country gets to taste an Ashes victory since 2009
Over 103.2: Johnson to Anderson, no run, OUT, caught on the crease, looking to work the ball to the legside gets a leading edge which spoons up to short leg where Bailey takes a simple catch!
Over 103.1: Johnson to Broad, one run, flicked away off the pads out to deep square for a single
103rd Over
Over 102.6: Lyon to Broad, one run, pushed into the offside gap at point where he takes the single interestingly. ENG 9/352 (Broad 1, Anderson 2)
Over 102.5: Lyon to Anderson, one run, thick outside edge away through backward point
Over 102.4: Lyon to Anderson, no run, played and missed outside off, going hard at the shot
Over 102.3: Lyon to Anderson, no run, well flighted outside off, goes hard at the drive spooning it into the gap
Over 102.2: Lyon to Anderson, no run, well flighted as he defends well
Over 102.1: Lyon to Anderson, no run, good line as he defends well getting forward
102nd Over
Over 101.6: Johnson to Broad, no run, Broad on strike to Johnson, bouncer as Broad jumps away trying to avoid it, great delivery with men all around the bat waiting for that edge. ENG 9/350 (Broad 0, Anderson 1)
England 350 in 450 mins off 101.5 overs (last 50: 86 balls)
Over 101.5: Johnson to Anderson, one run, worked away off the hip to fine leg where they take a single
Over 101.4: Johnson to Anderson, no run, full toss at the pads, worked off the legs
What a great bit of cricket there from Australia, Johnson gets the slower ball right and Rogers takes a stunning catch at mid off, clinical performance. Australia are so close now needing 1 wicket to regain the Ashes!
FOW 9/349 T. Bresnan c: Rogers b: Johnson 12 runs 40 balls 64 minutes 1 boundary. Partnership 2 runs 7 balls 3 minutes (Bresnan 2, Broad 0). New Batsman - J. Anderson
Over 101.3: Johnson to Bresnan, no run, OUT, slower ball, caught on the pitch and Bresnan has been outclassed as he spoons that catch to mid off and Rogers has taken a great diving catch to his right! Not bad from the veteran as he gets AUS even closer
Over 101.2: Johnson to Bresnan, two runs, punched through the covers where they decide to run and earn an easy two
Over 101.1: Johnson to Bresnan, no run, good line outside off, defends well to square leg where they refuse to run

Australia: Christopher Rogers, David Warner, Shane Watson, Michael Clarke (c), Steven Smith, George Bailey, Brad Haddin (wk), Mitchell Johnson, Peter Siddle, Ryan Harris, Nathan Lyon, Nathan Coulter-Nile (12th)

England: Alastair Cook (c), Michael Carberry, Joe Root, Kevin Pietersen, Ian Bell, Benjamin Stokes, Matt Prior (wk), Tim Bresnan, Stuart Broad, Graeme Swann, James Anderson, Jonny Bairstow (12th)


Umpires: Bowden, BF (NZL), Erasmus, M (SAF)
Third Umpire: Hill, AL (NZL)
Match Refree: Crowe, JJ (NZL)

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