Australia has been bombarded by England in the last test match being played at the SCG to give the visitors a huge moment after 24 years. The English bowling wrapped up the Australian innings, with James Anderson leading the way for the tourists, and Chris
Tremlett also showing a brilliant performance. The England team won in Australia in the Ashes series after 24 years, which brought smiles to the face of the visitors at last. They secured the match with an innings and 83 runs, the third innings defeat that
the Australians had to suffer in the current series. Chris Tremlett dismissed Michael Beer to start the celebrations that the English team had been long waiting for.
This last match has indicated quite clearly the power equation. This has also exposed the Australian batting and bowling faults, which have dented the hosts in the most austere fashion. The English celebrated with embracing each other, as was expected after
the last player tipped off. The visitors knew that this was a moment that came by through extreme hard work and dedication, which was not easy and was thoroughly earned. They were not disheartened by the humiliating defeat at Perth, but rather took revenge
in style. The Australians on the other hand have only suffered humiliation that is a result of lack of planning.
Peter Siddle and Steve Smith resisted the English fiery bowling attack for some time. Siddle showed some improvement, much to his delight, and showed the other batsmen how to bat. Smith also contributed an individual knock of 54 runs, but all this was just
a delay that kept the English from celebrating. The rain also stopped the proceedings for 45 minutes, but soon the English came out, happy to dislodge their opponents.
Exceptional performances by James Anderson and Chris Tremlett have given England new hope. This has allowed them to haunt all the teams in the arena and convey the message that they are an unbeatable side. Graeme Swann also proved to be a lethal weapon of
the English team, as was expected. The Australians stood in embarrassment, with their heads bowed down, and the hopes shattered.