Gloriously and comprehensively, England won the 2010/11 Ashes series in Australia. It's been 24 years since England were on top, down under, but it was well worth the wait! It was a campaign cleverly prepared and brilliantly executed by captain Andrew Strauss, coach Andy Flower and their national team off heroes. This is the definitive Official Highlights of England's comprehensive 3-1 triumph in the 2010/11 Ashes series. Alastair Cook, Man of the Series, mesmerised the Australians scoring nearly 800 runs in the series; Jimmy Anderson proved he is one of the premier fast bowlers in the world and from number one to eleven England outplayed Australia in every aspect of the game. Runs were scored, wickets were taken, and the records tumbled. The first Test in Brisbane ended in a draw after Cook and Jonathan Trott tore into the Aussie attack with a record partnership of 329. In Adelaide it was Kevin Pietersen who took centre stage with a double century as England won by an innings. After a setback in Perth, back came England to dominate in Melbourne and Sydney and win both Tests, again by an innings - another record! In front of 20,000 joyous Barmy Army fans, Chris Tremlett took the final Aussie wicket and the celebration really started. England's victorious Ashes tour Down Under will live long in the memory of every English fan and player. After almost a quarter of a century of losses in Australia, England has finally earned the bragging rights, the respect of the entire cricket-world... and of course - the 2010/11 Ashes in Australia.