How many wickets did Mitchell Johnson get in the 2013 Ashes?

How many wickets did Mitchell Johnson get in the 2013 Ashes?

37 wickets
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 highest run scorer ever in Australia cricket?

RT Ponting

Player Span Runs
RT Ponting 1995-2012 13378
AR Border 1978-1994 11174
SR Waugh 1985-2004 10927
MJ Clarke 2004-2015 8643

Who has taken the most wickets in an Ashes series?

The Ashes is a historic Test cricket series held at least once every two years between England and Australia. The 2021/22 series was held in Australia, with Pat Cummins topping the list with 21 wickets, including one five-wicket haul.

Who has scored the most runs in the ashes?

The next best is England’s Sir Jack Hobbs who scored 3636 runs at an average of 54.27. Another Australian legend Allan Border is ranked third in the list of batsmen scoring most Ashes runs as he scored 3548 runs at 56.32 runs per innings.

What happened in the 1st Test of the 2013 Ashes series?

Kevin Pietersen celebrates a half century on the 3rd day of the 1st Test of the 2013 England v Australia Ashes series at Trent Bridge, Nottingham. In the opening innings the English bowlers were ineffective against the Australian batsmen, with captain Michael Clarke scoring 187 runs.

Who was recalled from England’s Ashes 2013 team?

^ “Ashes 2013: England recall Taylor, Panesar and Tremlett”. BBC Sport. British Broadcasting Corporation. 28 July 2013. Retrieved 28 July 2013. ^ Aldred, Tanya (11 July 2013). “Agar lives a life-changing dream”. ESPNcricinfo. ESPN EMEA. Retrieved 14 July 2013. ^ a b Jayaraman, Shiva; Rajesh, S (11 July 2013). “A new high for No. 11”. ESPNcricinfo.

Why were the Ashes series brought forward by one year?

With the intent of breaking the cycle of Ashes series being held directly before Cricket World Cups, the Ashes were brought forward in the schedule by one year, starting with the 2013–14 series in Australia.