England beat Australia to Level the Ashes Series 2019
England beat Australia by 135 runs in the fifth and final Ashes Test at The Oval on Sunday to level the Ashes series 2019 2-2. This is the first time the Ashes series has ended in a draw since 1972. Australia has already held back the ashes Urn, but its goal of winning the first set as such on English soil in 18 years failed and beat 263 in its second round of Day 4.
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Matthew Wade was Australia’s top scorer with 117 after starting to worry England as the visitors chased an unlikely target of 399. Wade was surprised by Jonny Bairstow during an outing of England captain Joe Root. Earlier, England had resumed their second set on 313-8 and was down for 329.
Australia won the first Ashes Test 2019 at Edgbaston by 251 runs, the next test at Lord’s was drawn before England tied with a wicket victory in an exciting third Test at Headingley. Australia won the fourth Test at Old Trafford by 185 runs.