London - England and Australia drew the fifth Test as the Ashes series ended in a
dramatic draw on the final day at The Oval on Sunday.
The draw meant England, who'd already retained the Ashes, finished the
five-match contest as 3-0 winners having triumphed in three successive Test
series against Australia for the first time since the 1950s.
Jonathan Trott (59) and Kevin Pietersen (62), who both scored their maiden
Test hundreds in Ashes matches at The Oval in 2009 and 2005 respectively, kept
England in sight of an improbable win, in a match where they had largely been
outplayed, after Clarke closed Australia's second innings at 111 for six.