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RESULT
5th Test, The Oval, August 31 - September 04, 2000, West Indies tour of England and Scotland
281 & 217
(T:374) 125 & 215

England won by 158 runs

Player Of The Match
83 & 108
mike-atherton
Player Of The Series
23 runs • 34 wkts
courtney-walsh
Ouch - Curtly Ambrose gets hurt
Ouch - Curtly Ambrose gets hurtGetty Images
England cricket team spray the crowd with champagne after beating the West Indies in the Fifth Test at the Oval in London 04 September 2000. England won the five-match series 3-1 breaking the longest running losing streak in test cricket. The Wisden Trophy, 2000, 5th Test, England v West Indies, Kennington Oval, London, 31Aug-04Sep 2000 (Day 5).
England teammates celebrate by sparing champagne on the crowdAdrian Dennis/AFP
England's players Nasser Hussain (L), Dominic Cork (2nd L), Darren Gough (3rd L) and Graeme Thorpe (R) applaud West Indies bowler Courtney Walsh as he walks on to the field at the Oval in London. Walsh has said he may retire from international cricket. England won the five-match series 3-1 breaking the longest running losing streak in test cricket. The Wisden Trophy, 2000, 5th Test, England v West Indies, Kennington Oval, London, 31Aug-04Sep 2000 (Day 5).
England team members applaud as Walsh walks in to bat for the last time in EnglandAdrian Dennis/AFP
Jimmy Adams of the West Indies plays a defensive stroke during the last day of the Test Match against England at the Oval in London. The West Indies are chasing a total 374 runs to win the match which would tie the series. The Wisden Trophy, 2000, 5th Test, England v West Indies, Kennington Oval, London, 31Aug-04Sep 2000 (Day 5).
Adams play a defensive shot off the back footAdrian Dennis/AFP
Brian Lara (R) ducks out of the way of a bouncer from Dominic Cork (not pictured) during the Test Match against England at the Oval in London. The West Indies are chasing a total 374 runs to win the match. The Wisden Trophy, 2000, 5th Test, England v West Indies, Kennington Oval, London, 31Aug-04Sep 2000 (Day 5).
Lara evades a bouncer from Dominic CorkAdrian Dennis/AFP
England's Darren Gough (L) celebrates the first wicket of Sherwin Campbell (R) during the last day of the Test match against the West Indies at the Oval in London. Campbell scored 28 runs. The Wisden Trophy, 2000, 5th Test, England v West Indies, Kennington Oval, London, 31Aug-04Sep 2000 (Day 5).
Gough celebrates as a dejected Campbell turns to walk backAdrian Dennis/AFP
Nasser Hussain lifts the Wisden Trophy, England v West Indies, The Oval, 5th Test, 5th day, September 4, 2000
Nasser Hussain lifts the Wisden TrophyGetty Images
Day Five, England v West Indies at the Oval 2000
The England team awash with the bubbly at their victoryColleen Briggs/ESPNcricinfo Ltd
Day Five, England v West Indies at the Oval 2000
Cork gets Walsh lbw to end the seriesColleen Briggs/ESPNcricinfo Ltd
Day Five, England v West Indies at the Oval 2000
Curtly Ambrose at the end of his test career after his second inningsPaul McGregor/ESPNcricinfo Ltd
Courtney Walsh (C) walks through the crowds after the West Indies were bowled out against England in the Fifth Test at the Oval in London. Walsh has said he may retire from international cricket. England won the test and the five-match series 3-1 breaking the longest running losing streak in test cricket. The Wisden Trophy, 2000, 5th Test, England v West Indies, Kennington Oval, London, 31Aug-04Sep 2000 (Day 5).
Walsh makes his way through the crowd after his last Test in EnglandAdrian Dennis/AFP
England bowler Dominic Cork (L) runs off the field with the stumps while Nixon McLean (R), of the West Indies dejectedly walks away from the wicket after England won the Fifth Test at the Oval in London. England won the five-match series 3-1 breaking the longest running losing streak in test cricket. The Wisden Trophy, 2000, 5th Test, England v West Indies, Kennington Oval, London, 31Aug-04Sep 2000 (Day 5).
A jubiliant England team members run off the field after completing the formalitiesAdrian Dennis/AFP
England's Dominic Cork runs off the field with the stumps after bowling out Courtney Walsh, of the West Indies, to win the Fifth Test at the Oval in London. England won the five-match series 3-1 breaking the longest running losing streak in test cricket. The Wisden Trophy, 2000, 5th Test, England v West Indies, Kennington Oval, London, 31Aug-04Sep 2000 (Day 5).
Cork runs back to the pavilion after taking the last wicket of WalshAdrian Dennis/AFP
Brian Lara, of the West Indies, hits a boundary for four during the last day of the Test Match against England at the Oval in London. The West Indies are chasing a total 374 runs to win the match. The Wisden Trophy, 2000, 5th Test, England v West Indies, Kennington Oval, London, 31Aug-04Sep 2000 (Day 5).
Lara hooks the ball to the backward square leg fenceAdrian Dennis/AFP
England's Darren Gough (L) and team captain Nasser Hussain (R) celebrate the first wicket of Sherwin Campbell (R) during the last day of the Test match against the West Indies at the Oval in London. The West Indies are chasing a total 374 runs to win the match. The Wisden Trophy, 2000, 5th Test, England v West Indies, Kennington Oval, London, 31Aug-04Sep 2000 (Day 5)
Gough gets a hug from his captain Hussain after Campbell's fallAdrian Dennis/AFP
4 Sep 2000: Alec Stewart and Nasser Hussain of England celebrates the series win during the final day of the fifth Cornhill Insurance Test match between  England and the West Indies at the Oval, London.
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Graeme Hick congratulates Andy Caddick on a wicket, England v West Indies, 5th Test, The Oval, September 4, 2000
Graeme Hick congratulates Andy Caddick on a wicketGetty Images
Day Five, England v West Indies at the Oval 2000
The English team plunder the stumps at victoryColleen Briggs/ESPNcricinfo Ltd
Day Five, England v West Indies at the Oval 2000
The end of Lara's test series in England 2000 finished by Gough lbwPaul McGregor/ESPNcricinfo Ltd
Day Five, England v West Indies at the Oval 2000
A packed pavilion awaits the English victorsPaul McGregor/ESPNcricinfo Ltd
 
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