What happened in 2013 14 Ashes?

What happened in 2013 14 Ashes?

The five venues for the series were the Brisbane Cricket Ground, the Adelaide Oval, the WACA Ground, the Melbourne Cricket Ground and the Sydney Cricket Ground. Australia won the series 5–0 and regained the Ashes for the first time since 2006–07….Batting.

Player David Warner
Matches 5
Runs 523
Average 58.11
Highest 124

How many wickets did Mitchell Johnson take 2013 14 Ashes?

37 wickets
In the 2013/14 Ashes, mere months after England had beaten Australia 3-0 in England, Johnson’s 37 wickets at 13.97 helped Michael Clarke’s side to a 5-0 whitewash, overturning a run of three straight urn concessions in dramatic fashion.

Who won the 2013 Ashes series?

An inspired spell of fast bowling from Stuart Broad catapulted England to a 74-run win over Australia in the fourth Test and sealed victory in the Ashes series.

When did Australia win the Ashes 5 0?

On only three occasions has a team won all the Tests in an Ashes series; Australia has achieved the feat 5–0 in 1920–21, 2006–07 and 2013–14.

How old is Mitchell Johnson?

40 years (November 2, 1981)Mitchell Johnson / Age

Is Mitchell Starc left-handed?

Mitchell Aaron Starc (born 30 January 1990) is an Australian international cricketer who plays for the Australian national team and New South Wales in domestic cricket….Mitchell Starc.

Personal information
Batting Left-handed
Bowling Left-arm fast
Role Bowler
Relations Alyssa Healy (wife) Brandon Starc (brother)

Who is Mitchell Johnson wife?

Jessica Bratich JohnsonMitchell Johnson / Wife (m. 2011)

How fast was Mitchell Johnson?

156.8 km/hr
List of All-time Fastest bowlers in Cricket History | Top-10

S.No Bowler Fastest Delivery
7. Fidel Edwards (West Indies) 157.7 km/hr (97.9 mph)
8. Mitchell Johnson (Australia) 156.8 km/hr (97.4 mph)
9. Mohammad Sami (Pakistan) 156.4 km/hr (97.1 mph)
10. Shane Bond (New Zealand) 156.4 km/hr (97.1 mph)

Who won the first Ashes Test in 2013?

James Anderson was England’s final-day hero as the hosts held their nerve to complete an astonishing 14-run victory over Australia in an unforgettable climax to the opening Ashes Test.

Who has won the most ashes?

The Ashes

The Ashes urn, made of terracotta and about 10.5 cm tall, is reputed to contain the ashes of a burnt cricket bail.
Countries Australia England
Current trophy holder Australia
Most successful Australia (33 series wins)
Most runs Sir Donald Bradman (5,028)

Why is the 2005 Ashes so famous?

England’s two-run victory was the narrowest result in Ashes cricket history thus far (there had been two Ashes Tests won by a margin of only three runs). It is also the second narrowest margin of victory in Test cricket history behind only the West Indies’ victory by a single run over Australia in Adelaide in 1994.

Who won most Border Gavaskar Trophy?

Border–Gavaskar Trophy

The Border–Gavaskar Trophy
Countries India Australia
Most successful India (10 titles)
Most runs Sachin Tendulkar (3,235)
Most wickets Anil Kumble (105)