Hear from the players and watch all of the wickets on a dramatic day three at the SCG.
Australia crushed England by 281 runs to claim a 5-0 Ashes series whitewash on the third day of the final Test in Sydney on Sunday.
England were bundled out for just 166, chasing an improbable target of 448 runs, lasting for just 31.4 overs and 147 minutes.
Ryan Harris captured five for 25 and man-of-the-series Mitchell Johnson 3-40 to rout the beleaguered tourists.
England’s Stuart Broad scored 42 off 36 balls, hitting three fours and four sixes to show some semblance of fight from the away side, but in the end, they capitulated in three days after winning the toss and sending Australia in to bat.
The humiliating clean sweep is expected to have major ramifications for English cricket after they beat Australia 3-0 in England just months ago.
Australian captain Michael Clarke beamed after his side’s fifth massive win in a row.
“It’s an extremely special occasion. We couldn’t foresee 5-0 after the England series but I said then the work we were putting in behind the scenes we were going to get the rewards,” he said.
“The bowlers have done a fantastic job, I told them before the Test that they were the best attack in the world and I think they’ve earned that mantle.”
Alastair Cook could not run away from the tough questions as pressure on his place in the side continues to come under fire.
“It’s obviously tough knowing that you’ve been beaten badly in five games. We weren’t good enough to turn it around,” Cook said.
“We tried to change the way we played but anything we through at Australia they were good enough. When you hit rock bottom the only way is up. Things turned around in 2007. We know we have a huge amount of talent in England and we have to look about where we go from here.”