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Ten moments that shaped Englands series win

Ten moments that shaped Englands series win
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Bold decisions, quirks of fate and flashes of http://www.officialphilliesproshop.com/WOMENS-MIKE-SCHMIDT-JERSEY.html individual brilliance have punctuated England's path to Ashes glory. Alastair Cook's men regained the famous urn by beating Australia by an innings and 78 runs at Trent Bridge to take an unassailable 3-1 lead in the series. Here are ten moments that shaped a special summer. If you can't beat them, steal one of their best coaches. England's quest to win back the Ashes began with the appointment of an Australian coach in Trevor Bayliss. The 52-year-old took a watching brief as England followed New Zealand's lead during their 1-1 drawn series and began to play an aggressive, attacking brand of cricket. Bayliss used his inside knowledge to devise plans for Australia's batsmen and took the team on a training camp in Spain that has repeatedly been cited by England's players as the reason behind their drastically improved catching in the Ashes. What they said: "The more you talk to people about Bayliss and the more you investigate his pedigree, the more excited you become about his appointment." - Jonathan Agnew Ryan Harris injury Australia's Ashes preparations were dealt Doug Gilmour Authentic Jersey a cruel, if not entirely unexpected, blow when fast bowler Ryan Harris suffered a recurrence of his knee injury and promptly announced his retirement from international cricket four days before the start of the series. Harris took 24 wickets at 19.58 in the 2013 Ashes series in England, and although he was feeling his way back from injury and may not have played until the third Test, his experience of English conditions could have drastically improved Australia's attack at Edgbaston and Trent Bridge. What they said: "Congratulations to Ryan Harris on a great career, His record speaks for itself and he's a great guy too. A massive blow for the Aussies." - Graeme Swann Haddin drops Root On the first day of the series in Cardiff the fragility of England's top order was brutally exposed as they crumbled to 43-3. Two balls later, they should have been 43-4 when Joe Root edged Mitchell Starc but Australia wicketkeeper Brad Haddin shelled a straightforward chance. Root went on to score 134, laying the foundation Saku Koivu Authentic Jersey for England's 169-run win. What they said: "Joe Root and England will be hoping that dropped catch from Brad Haddin will cost Australia dearly." - Michael Vaughan Smith and Clarke fall into Moeen's trap One of Australia's clearest tactics going into the series was to take advantage of England's biggest weakness by getting after Moeen Ali's off-spin bowling. But in the first innings of the first Test in Cardiff, the ploy spectacularly backfired as Australia's two most celebrated batsmen - Steve Smith and Michael Clarke - both perished trying to take on Moeen. Unable to plunder Moeen, Australia's batsmen were forced to take more chances against England's seamers - with disastrous results. What they said: "Australia's tactics were http://www.officialsenatorsstore.com/authentic-25-chris-neil-jersey.html too obvious. They wanted to bang Moeen out of the attack so England would have to use their fast bowlers more often. They were impatient, and they paid a heavy price." - Agnew

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