Cook’s Final Innings And Anderson Breaks The Record! | England v India HIGHLIGHTS – The Oval 2018

An emotional test. Watch Alistair Cook’s last innings and Jimmy Anderson becoming the record pace wicket takers in tests! Check out the full test highlights here! Find out more at ecb.co.uk This is the official channel of the ECB. Watch all the latest videos from the England Cricket Team and England and Wales Cricket Board. … Read more Cook’s Final Innings And Anderson Breaks The Record! | England v India HIGHLIGHTS – The Oval 2018

The Ashes 2010/2011 Cricket: England Win Series 3-1 With SCG Innings Victory

England have won the final Ashes 2010/2011 test match at Sydney’s SCG by an innings and 83 runs, giving them a 3-1 series victory in addition to the Ashes retention they had already secured. The series win is England’s first clear Ashes victory in Australia since 1986/87. England won this fifth and final test match … Read more The Ashes 2010/2011 Cricket: England Win Series 3-1 With SCG Innings Victory

The Ashes 2010/2011: Cook and Bell Help England Close in on Series Win in SCG

At the end of the third day of the fifth and final Ashes 2010/2011 test at the SCG, in Sydney, Australian hopes of levelling the series looked to be forlorn, as England, aided by centuries from Alistair Cook (189) and Ian Bell (115) took a commanding first innings lead. England ended the day on 488 … Read more The Ashes 2010/2011: Cook and Bell Help England Close in on Series Win in SCG

The Ashes 2010/2011 Cricket: Pietersen Double Century Gives England Control on Adelaide 3rd Day

Kevin Pietersen returned to batting form in fine style in the third day of the Ashes 2010/2011 Adelaide Test match, hitting 213 not out after starting the day on 85. England finished the day with 551-4, giving them control of the test after Australia’s disappointing 245 all out. On a day when the pitch offered … Read more The Ashes 2010/2011 Cricket: Pietersen Double Century Gives England Control on Adelaide 3rd Day

The Ashes 2010/11 Cricket: First Test Drawn as No English Wickets Fall on Final Day in Brisbane

No wickets fell at all on the final day of the opening Ashes 2010/11 series test match at the Gabba, Brisbane. England’s batsmen Alistair Cook and Jonathan Trott put on a huge partnership of 325 on this increasingly benign wicket. Cook was the star of the show, hitting a whopping 235 not out which will … Read more The Ashes 2010/11 Cricket: First Test Drawn as No English Wickets Fall on Final Day in Brisbane

The Ashes 2010/11 Cricket: England Rally on Day Four at Gabba

England have struck back with an excellent day of cricket in reply to Australia’s record-breaking third day at the Gabba, Brisbane in the opening Ashes 2010/11 test match. Andrew Strauss and Alistair Cook produced a record English partnership of 188 as England took a lead of 88 runs into the final day. The tourists ended with … Read more The Ashes 2010/11 Cricket: England Rally on Day Four at Gabba

Cricket: Peter Siddle Gets The Ashes 2010/11 Underway with Hat-Trick

Peter Siddle had the 26th birthday every Australian cricketer dreams of today as he took a test-best 6-54 on the opening day of this summer’s Ashes series against England in Brisbane – making a brilliant hat-trick in the process. England rallied through the in-form Ian Bell (76), but were eventually removed for just 260 in  the … Read more Cricket: Peter Siddle Gets The Ashes 2010/11 Underway with Hat-Trick

Cricket: South Africa Remove England for 180 in Fourth Test 1st Innings

England’s cricket team emerged today once again in their role as Mr Hyde to last week’s heroic Jekyll, as their top order capitulated, before Collingwood and Bell steadied the ship. England were (not so) eventually all out for just 180. Andrew Strauss (0) started the day badly as, despite winning the toss and electing to … Read more Cricket: South Africa Remove England for 180 in Fourth Test 1st Innings

The Ashes 2009: England Regain Ashes at Brit Oval

On the fourth day of the final test, Alistair Cook caught Michael Hussey (121) from the spin bowling of Graeme Swann taking a catch which saw Australia all out for 348 and England win the Ashes 2009 cricket series by 2 games to 1. England won the match by 197 runs, and the series by … Read more The Ashes 2009: England Regain Ashes at Brit Oval

The Ashes 2009: Broad Helps England to Series Winning Position on Oval Day Two

Stuart Broad took 5 wickets this afternoon to demolish the Australian batting lineup almost single-handedly – leaving England poised to lift this Ashes 2009 decider at the Brit Oval. Chasing England’s total of 332, Australia were bowled out for just 160, before rallying by removing three england batsmen for 58 runs before stumps. After England … Read more The Ashes 2009: Broad Helps England to Series Winning Position on Oval Day Two

The Ashes 2009: Australia Dismantle England’s Batting Lineup in First Day at Headingley

England won the toss this morning before the first day of the fourth Ashes 2009 test cricket match at Headingley, Leeds. It was to be the only thing that went right for the hosts, however, as they were bowled out in just over 33 overs for a total score of just 102. Australia ended the … Read more The Ashes 2009: Australia Dismantle England’s Batting Lineup in First Day at Headingley

The Ashes 2009 – England Opt Not To Enforce Australian Follow On

It took an age, but, after a change of bowlers which brought Onions into the England attack, they had soon accounted for Hauritz (24) and Siddle (35) eventually dismissing Australia for 215, ensuring that they had the option of putting Australia back in to bat. The England captain, Andrew Strauss, and his men had clearly … Read more The Ashes 2009 – England Opt Not To Enforce Australian Follow On

The Ashes 2009 – Anderson Nudges England Ahead at end of Second Day at Lord’s

If they selected a “Man of the Day” in test matches, there would be only one contender for the second day of the Lord’s test match between England and Australia in Ashes 2009: James Anderson. Anderson claimed 4 wickets for just 36 runs with the ball as well as contributing an important 29 runs in … Read more The Ashes 2009 – Anderson Nudges England Ahead at end of Second Day at Lord’s