Who won the 2013 14 Ashes series?


2013–14 Ashes series
Date 21 November 2013 – 7 January 2014
Location Australia
Result Australia won the five-Test series 5–0
Player of the series Mitchell Johnson (Aus) Compton–Miller Medal: Mitchell Johnson (Aus)

Who has taken the most wickets in an Ashes series?

Australian legendary spinner Shane Warne is the Ashes highest wicket-taker with 195 wickets to his name in the 36 matches he played. Warne played his first Ashes series in 1993 in which he took 34 wickets….Ashes Most Wickets List :

Player Shane Warne
Matches 36
Wickets 195
Economy 2.52
Average 23.25

Who won Ashes in 2013?

The 2013 series was the first of two back-to-back Ashes series….

2013 Ashes series
Result England won the five-Test series 3–0
Player of the series Ian Bell (Eng) and Ryan Harris (Aus) Compton–Miller Medal: Ian Bell (Eng)

When was the last Ashes whitewash?

Led by captain Ricky Ponting’s 576 runs, Australia managed to whitewash England in an Ashes series for the first time since 1921. Almost a century later, in 2006-07, Andrew Flintoff-led England team became the second England team in history to concede the series 5-0.

How many wickets did Mitchell Johnson take 2013 14 Ashes?

37 wickets
Mitchell Johnson was a key member of the Australia cricket tea in its 5–0 whitewash of England in the 2013–14 Ashes series. He played in all five Test matches of the series, taking a total of 37 wickets at an average of 13.97 and winning the player of the series award.

How many wickets did Mitchell Johnson get in ashes?

Taking 37 wickets at an average of 13.97, Johnson — who has joined the ABC Grandstand broadcast team this summer — was named player of the series as Australia whitewashed England 5-0 and regained the Ashes for the first time since the 2006-07 series.

Who was the leading wicket taker in Ashes 2022?

Pat Cummins
Most Wickets in The Ashes Series 2021-2022 Stats

Sr Player Wkts
1 Pat Cummins (AUS) 21
2 Mitchell Starc (AUS) 19
3 Scott Boland (AUS) 18
4 Mark Wood (ENG) 17

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 won Ashes most times?

There have been 72 Ashes series: Australia have won 34, England have won 32 and six series have been drawn.

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. England’s largest winning margin in an Ashes series was in 1978–79, when it won 5–1.