Result
5th Test, The Oval, Sep 8-12 2005, Australia tour of England and Scotland
373 & 335
(0.4 ov, target 342)
367 & 4/0
Match drawn
Player Of The Match
Others
Kevin Pietersen leaves the field after his innings of 158, England v Australia, fifth Test, day five, The Oval, September 12, 2005
An immortal at The Oval
1ySimon Barnes
England claimed the Ashes after 18 years
When I ditched the Aussies for England
3yPhilip Brown
Shane Warne drops Kevin Pietersen on 15
Moving past a howler
2yNicholas Hogg
Matthew Hoggard, Steve Harmison, Andrew Flintoff and Simon Jones leave the field
The Fantastic Four
1yMark Nicholas
Kevin Pietersen reaches his maiden century
Batting to Ashes glory
1yLawrence Booth
Commemorative stamps for England
2yAFP
Fantashtic
2yMartin Williamson
Party time in London
1yRoving Reporter by Andrew McGlashan at Trafalgar Square
The urn returns to Lord's
2yCricinfo staff
The moments that made the memories
2yAndrew Miller
Australia's marks out of ten
1yPeter English
England's marks out of ten
1yAndrew Miller
English fans claim gloating rights
2yAFP
Tens of thousands fete England side
2yCricinfo staff
'This time we've really done it'
1yAndrew Miller
Warne unsure of playing future
2yAFP
Pietersen the pulveriser
1yOn the ball with S Rajesh and Arun Gopalakrishnan
The crowd on the roof of the disused <I>The Cricketers</I> pub celebrate
Frayed nerves and chewed nails
3yRoving Reporter by Andrew Miller
Pietersen ends England's long wait
1yThe Bulletin by Andrew McGlashan
Australia go down with all guns blazing
1yThe Bulletin by Andrew McGlashan
Ponting: 'We were never as good as England'
1yCricinfo staff
Living the dream
1yThe Verdict by Andrew Miller
The urn has turned
1yAustralian View by Peter English
Hoggard warns there is work to be done
1yCricinfo staff
Flintoff puts body and soul on the line
2yThe Verdict by Andrew Miller
It's darkest before the dawn
2yAustralian View by Peter English
Flintoff to the fore ... again
1yOn the ball with S Rajesh and Arun Gopalakrishnan
Flintoff and gloom give England cheer
2yThe Bulletin by Andrew McGlashan
Flintoff says Aussies hold slight advantage
1yCricinfo staff
England count on the heavens
1yThe Verdict by Andrew McGlashan at The Oval
Rain ... it's what the fans want
2yAFP
Hayden - The renaissance man
1yAustralian View by Peter English
An ominous precedent
2yAndrew Miller
Langer's last-Test heroics
1yOn the ball with S Rajesh and Arun Gopalakrishnan
Hayden, Langer and rain dominate a stop-start day
1yThe Bulletin by Andrew Miller
That morning-after feeling
2yRoving Reporter by Andrew McGlashan
Getting the opening act right
1yOn the ball with S Rajesh and Arun Gopalakrishnan
The elements balance the battle
2yThe Verdict by Andrew Miller
Langer says he didn't take decision lightly
1yCricinfo staff
The odd couple rediscover the magic
1yAustralian View by Peter English
Rain stalls Australia after century stand
1yThe Bulletin by Andrew McGlashan
Scaling the heights and plumbing the depths
2yRoving Reporter by Andrew Miller
England stumble as destiny looms
1yThe Wisden Verdict by Andrew Miller
Warne says Australia hold the edge
1yAFP
Australia's one-man band
1yThe Australian view by Peter English
The Strauss and Warne show
1yThe Bulletin by Andrew McGlashan
Touts, flats and the Baggy Green Beach
2yRoving Reporter by Andrew Miller
The main men: Warne and Strauss
1yOn the ball with S Rajesh and Arun Gopalakrishnan
Vaughan and Ponting ready for the showdown
1yAndrew McGlashan at The Oval