England vs Australia 4th Test Day 5 Highlights, Ashes 2019: Australia Beat England By 185 Runs To Retain The Ashes

Updated:08 September 2019 23:05 IST

ENG vs AUS 4th Test Day 5 Highlights, Ashes 2019: Australia beat England by 185 runs on the final day to retain the Ashes.

England vs Australia 4th Test Day 5 Highlights, Ashes 2019: Australia Beat England By 185 Runs To Retain The Ashes
England Vs Australia Highlights: Australia retain the Ashes as they beat England in Manchester. © AFP

Australia have retained the Ashes as they beat England by 185 runs in Manchester on Sunday. With the win, Australia, now lead the five-match series, 2-1.  Pat Cummins took four wickets, including England captain Joe Root for a golden duck to help Australia take an unassailable lead. England started the fifth day at 18/2, still needing a further 365 runs on Sunday's last day to reach a target of 383. England's Jack Leach, at one stage looked to salvage a draw for the hosts but Marnus Labuschagne managed to get one to grip and bounce and got his first of the series to end Leach's courageous effort. Josh Hazlewood then, removed Craig Overton as England were bundled out for 197. The fifth and final Test will be played in London at Kennington Oval, starting from September 12. (Scorecard)

Ashes 2019 4th Test Day 5 Match, Highlights between England vs Australia, straight from Old Trafford, Manchester.

  • 22:53 (IST)Sep 08, 2019

    That's it from us!

    Thank you for joining us for an amazing contest between bat and ball, Australia managed to come out on top in this close contest. We will be back with the live coverage of the final Test in the five-match series which starts from September 12. 
  • 22:51 (IST)Sep 08, 2019

    Australia Have Retain The Ashes!

    Josh Hazlewood is the man who delivered the final nail in the coffin for Australia as they beat England by 185 runs.
  • 22:45 (IST)Sep 08, 2019

    Wicket!

    Josh Hazlewood has trapped Craig Overton right in front of the stumps and the umpire gave him out. Overton went for the review straight away but the replays showed that the ball would've gone onto to hit the stumps and Australia have retain the Ashes.
  • 22:35 (IST)Sep 08, 2019

    Marnus Labuschagne gets the big wicket!

    Marnus Labuschagne gets Jack Leach fending off a spinning delivery as he balloons one to short leg and Matthew Wade completes the catch, Australia just a wicket away.
  • 22:34 (IST)Sep 08, 2019

    Marnus Labuschagne is in the attack!

    An unexpected bowling change as Marnus Labuschagne is into the attack.
  • 22:11 (IST)Sep 08, 2019

    Australia are on the attack!

    Jack Leach is surrounded with close-in fielders as Australia are looking to get rid of the last two wickets to retain the Ashes.
  • 22:00 (IST)Sep 08, 2019

    Four!

    Jack Leach gets a boundary behind square as he flicks that one off his pads off Mitchell Starc.
  • 21:55 (IST)Sep 08, 2019

    Maiden over!

    A testing over from Pat Cummins comes to an end, Jack Leach managed to survive the burst with the second new ball. 
  • 21:53 (IST)Sep 08, 2019

    The new ball is taken!

    The second new ball has been taken by Pat Cummins as he runs in searching for his fifth five-wicket haul in Test cricket.
  • 21:35 (IST)Sep 08, 2019

    Craig Overton survives!

    Josh Hazlewood bowls a well-directed yorker and the Australian team goes up for a shout for LBW. The on-field umpire gave it not-out and Tim Paine reviewed the decision. The replays showed that the ball would've gone onto miss the leg stump. The ball goes for a four.
  • 21:30 (IST)Sep 08, 2019

    Wicket!

    Nathan Lyon traps Jofra Archer right in front of the stumps and umpire gave him out. Archer didn't go for review, the replays showed that he would still be on his way, had he tried to challenge the decision.
  • 21:22 (IST)Sep 08, 2019

    Josh Hazlewood gets the big breakthrough!

    Josh Hazlewood has probably gave Australia the biggest breakthrough of the day, Jos Buttler was looking dangerous but Hazlewood removed him with a peach of a delivery and the visitors are now three wickets away.
  • 21:02 (IST)Sep 08, 2019

    The players are out in the middle!

    Craig Overton and Jos Butter walks out to bat in the final session on Day 5 of the fourth Test, Nathan Lyon to start the proceedings with the ball for Australia.
  • 20:44 (IST)Sep 08, 2019

    That's tea on Day 5!

    At the end of second session on the final Day of the fourth Test, England are still 217 runs behind while Australia need just four more wickets to retain the urn. A thrilling session coming up in a short while.
  • 20:38 (IST)Sep 08, 2019

    Three maidens on the trot!

    Three overs without giving away any run, Australian bowlers are creating pressure on England. The hosts need to survive another 37 overs to salvage a draw in the fourth Test.
  • 20:27 (IST)Sep 08, 2019

    Four!

    Jos Buttler finds the gap on the off side as he plays the square drive through point for a boundary off Mitchell Starc.
  • 20:19 (IST)Sep 08, 2019

    Craig Overton survives!

    Huge relief for Craig Overton as he was given out LBW but the TV replays showed that the impact was outside the off-stump and Pat Cummins has to wait for his fifth five-wicket haul in Test cricket.
  • 19:33 (IST)Sep 08, 2019

    Wicket!

    Mitchell Starc traps Jonny Bairstow right in front of the stumps and Kumar Dharamasena gave him out. Bairstow went for a review but the replays showed that the ball would've clipped the top of the stumps. Australia are four wickets away now.
  • 19:15 (IST)Sep 08, 2019

    Bowling change!

    Marnus Labuschagne is into the attack as he replaces Nathan Lyon.
  • 19:07 (IST)Sep 08, 2019

    Four!

    Jos Buttler this time flicks Nathan Lyon through mid-wicket for a boundary. 
  • 19:05 (IST)Sep 08, 2019

    Four!

    Jonny Bairstow smashes Nathan Lyon straight down the ground for a boundary.
  • 18:38 (IST)Sep 08, 2019

    100 up for England!

    England's total reaches 100 but they are still in dire straits as the hosts still need another 283 runs to win the match with five wickets in hand.
  • 18:37 (IST)Sep 08, 2019

    Lucky Boundary for Buttler!

    Pat Cummins finds the outside edge of Jos Buttler's bat but the ball went past the slip cordon towards the third-man fence for a four.
  • 18:31 (IST)Sep 08, 2019

    Wicket!

    Nathan Lyon gets the bounce and spin, he was looking for and Joe Denly's resilient innings comes to an end. England are five down now and staring down the barrel. 
  • 18:20 (IST)Sep 08, 2019

    50 up for Joe Denly!

    Joe Denly brings up his third Test fifty with an exquisite straight drive off Pat Cummins.
  • 18:10 (IST)Sep 08, 2019

    The players are out in the middle!

    Jonny Bairstow and Joe Denly are out in the middle, Pat Cummins will start the proceedings with the ball after Lunch.
  • 17:35 (IST)Sep 08, 2019

    That's Lunch on day 5!

    End of an exciting session on the final Day of the fifth Test. Australia picked up two wickets while England managed to add 69 runs to their overnight score of 18/2. The hosts need 296 runs to win while Australia are just six wickets away from retaining the Ashes.
  • 17:21 (IST)Sep 08, 2019

    Four!

    Joe Denly drives that through point off Josh Hazlewood as he moves onto 48. 
  • 17:13 (IST)Sep 08, 2019

    BEN STOKES IS GONE!

    Ben Stokes departs as Pat Cummins gets the inside half of the left-hander's bat and Tim Paine completes a simple catch behind the stumps. Big breakthrough for Australia.
  • 16:59 (IST)Sep 08, 2019

    Four!

    Pat Cummins finds the outside edge of Joe Denly's bat and the ball raced away through the slip cordon for a boundary.
  • 16:51 (IST)Sep 08, 2019

    Pat Cummins Castles Jason Roy!

    Pat Cummins cleans up Jason Roy with an in-swinger. Finally, Australia get the breakthrough.
  • 16:32 (IST)Sep 08, 2019

    Drinks!

    Good start to the final day for England as they managed to survive without losing any wickets. The hosts are still 327 runs away but there is still plenty of time left in the match.
  • 16:30 (IST)Sep 08, 2019

    Four!

    Jason Roy drives that one through extra cover to get a boundary off Mitchell Starc. England's total is beyond 50 now.
  • 16:20 (IST)Sep 08, 2019

    Lucky escape for Joe Denly!

    Travis Head tries to get around that ball but he fails to cover the ground. Just bounced in front of him and Joe Denly survives again.
  • 16:15 (IST)Sep 08, 2019

    Four!

    Mitchell Starc went for the yorker but missed his length, Jason Roy managed to get his bat down in time and finds the gap on the leg-side. England are 42/2, still need 341 runs to win.
  • 16:09 (IST)Sep 08, 2019

    Denly Sweeps!

    Joe Denly sweeps Nathan Lyon for a boundary through square leg fence.
  • 16:09 (IST)Sep 08, 2019

    Double bowling change!

    Nathan Lyon has come into the attack as he replaces Josh Hazlewood.
  • 16:06 (IST)Sep 08, 2019

    Four!

    Mitchell Starc comes into the attack and nearly gets the wicket but the ball went straight over the slips cordon for a boundary. Joe Denly gets a lucky boundary.
  • 15:48 (IST)Sep 08, 2019

    Maiden Over!

    Maiden over for Pat Cummins as he keeps the pressure on. 
  • 15:45 (IST)Sep 08, 2019

    Jason Roy Survives!

    Huge appeal for LBW against Jason Roy, umpire gave him not out and Tim Paine decides not to go for the review. The replays confirm that the ball would've missed the leg stump.
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