After two years of planning, the England's campaign in Australia is over.
England have lost the first ball of the series and have looked confused when it comes to selection.
There are two more matches to go.
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Australia and England were both 4-1.
"We'll have a bowl, Steve..."
The margin of defeat was 386 runs, 51 runs, 48 runs, and five strikeouts. The fifth Test was won by England.
The series began with one of the most ruinous decisions in Test history when England captain Nasser Hussain sent Australia in to bat on a flat pitch at the Gabba - a call so bad it perhaps haunted Joe Root's decision not to bowl in Brisbane this year.
Simon Jones, an England fast bowler, tore his anterior cruciate ligament on the first day of play.
After being whitewashed in the first Test, they were beaten in Perth and Adelaide to ensure the series was lost, but they were able to make Australia bat again in Melbourne.
Mark Butcher and Michael Vaughan both scored centuries as England defeated Australia. England lost part of the greatest run of form of his career when Michael Vaughan hit three hundreds and
Australia defeated England.
Steve Harmison's first-ball wide set the tone for a torturous series for England.
The margin of defeat was 277 runs, six pins, 206 runs, and 99 runs.
England's first win in 18 years in 2005 was followed by the ignominy of this whitewash as Australia dismantled the tourists.
This was a contender for the most embarrassing start to an away series as England fast bowler Steve Harmison sent Andrew Flintoff to second slip.
The tourists crumbled to an astonishing defeat even when Paul Collingwood hit a career-best 206 as England made 551-6 declared in the second Test at Adelaide.
It was a fitting farewell for the retiring Justin Langer, Glenn McGrath, and Shane Warne.
Australia and England both won.
Mitchell Johnson was the reason why England were destroyed by him.
The margin of defeat was 281 runs.
England's tour went from bad to worse after they made a promising start with the ball. Mitchell Johnson took 37 of the 37 England were able to score, while Brad Haddin was the only one who cared about England's fightback.
The only highlight for England was the maiden Test century of Ben Stokes. After the first Test in Perth, Jonathan Trott was forced to return to England because of a stress related condition.
The batters did not score a duck in five Tests as England failed to pass 200 six times.
The England side who had won the title in 2010-11 disintegrated dramatically after Kevin Pietersen was sacked and reintegrated.
Australia and England were both 4-0 victors.
The high five hand sign was stopped by a draw in the fourth Test.
The margin of defeat was 10 pins; 120 runs; 41 runs; and 23 runs. The fourth Test was not held.
The moments of genuine hope hurt more.
England started strongly in the first day of the game in Brisbane, but Nathan Lyon's run-out of James Vince on the eve of the first day sparked a collapse. Steve Smith racked up 687 runs across five Tests, while Pat Cummins claimed 23.
Australia claimed a clean sweep despite a poor pitch in Melbourne and a mammoth 244 not out by Cook.
The tour was marred by off-field issues, with Ben Duckett pouring a beer over James Anderson's head, sparking glee among the Australian press.
Australia and England will play two times.
The margin of defeat was nine bowling pins; 275 runs; and 14 runs.
England's batting line-up is prone to fall over if someone sneezes next to it, as they have only won two of their past 10 Tests. The lack of match practice because of rain did not help the England team.
Things continued to go wrong after England's Rory Burns was dismissed by Mitchell Starc.
England have yet to make a 300 in the game, they have only passed 200 twice in six attempts, and no batter has hit a ton. Their selections have been confused, with left-arm spinner Jack Leach thrown in at Brisbane despite carrying the drinks.
England were dismissed for just 68 on the third day of the third Test in order to lose the series. The previously unheralded Scott Boland finished with 6-7 as England's campaign completely collapsed.
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