England won the last match of Ashes, see top-5 batsman-bowler of the series
In the final Test match of the Ashes 2019, host England defeated Australia by 135 runs to end the series 2–2.
On the fourth day of the match, Australia got a target of 399 runs in the second innings to win. But the entire team collapsed for 263 runs in 87.1 overs. In which Matthew Wade played a brilliant 117-run century. Stuart Broad and Jack Leach were the most successful bowlers in bowling for England. Who took 4-4 wickets in their bag. Apart from him, captain Joe Root also took 2 wickets.
Earlier, England scored 329 for 10 wickets in 95.3 overs in their second innings. In which Joe Denly played a half-century innings of 94 and Ben Stokes 67 runs. In bowling, Nathan Lyon took the maximum 4 wickets in his second innings for Australia. Apart from him, 3 bowlers got 2-2 wickets.
England scored 294 for 10 wickets in the first innings. In which Jose Butler scored 70 and captain Joe Root played a half-century innings of 57 runs. In bowling for Australia, Mitchell Marsh took 5 wickets for just 46 runs in his 18.2 overs bowling.
In response to England's 294 runs, Australia's first innings was piled on for 225 runs in 68.5 overs. In which Steve Smith scored the highest 80 runs. In bowling for England, Joffra Archer took 6 wickets for 62 runs in 23.5 overs.
Player of the Match and Player of the Series titles
Joffra Archer, who took 6 wickets in the match due to his superb bowling, was awarded the title of Player of the Match
Steve Smith, who performed brilliantly with his bat, won the Player of the Series title for Australia.
At the same time, Ben Stokes, who played all-rounder in the series, won the Player of the Series title for England.
Watch the top-5 batsmen and bowlers of the series
Australia's Steve Smith was first with 774 runs, Ben Stokes second with 441 runs, Rory Burns third with 390 runs, Marnus Labuschagne fourth with 353 runs and Matthew Wade fifth with 337 runs.
In bowling, Australia's Pat Cummins finished first with 29 wickets, Stuart Broad second with 23 wickets, Joffra Archer third with 22 wickets, Josh Hazlewood fourth with 20 wickets and Nathan Lyon with 20 wickets at the end.