Here are all of the headline numbers as we look back on England's ODI series win in Australia.
A whirlwind two weeks saw England and Australia compete for series honours in Melbourne, Brisbane, Sydney, Adelaide and Perth. A total of five matches with four wins and one loss for the tourists to secure overall honours in dominant fashion.
Total England runs scored
England notched up a total of 1,339 runs over the course of the series, 35 more than Australia’s overall total.
Jason Roy: 100 off 92 balls in Melbourne, before kicking on to eventually make 180 from 151 deliveries in a powerhouse display.
Jos Buttler: 100 not out off 83 balls in Sydney, running two off the last delivery of the innings to bring up a stunning hundred.
Joe Root and Chris Woakes twice made half centuries while Jonny Bairstow also notched up a fifty in the Brisbane game.
Joe Root: 50 off 59 balls in Melbourne, finishing unbeaten on 91 from 110 deliveries.
Jonny Bairstow: 50 off 41 balls before departing for 60 from 56.
Chris Woakes: a quick-fire 50 off 35 balls in Sydney, seeing out the innings on 53.
Chris Woakes: 50 off 62 balls in Adelaide, moving to 78 from 82 deliveries.
Joe Root: a vital 50 off 57 in Perth (the first ODI half century at the new stadium), and added further runs before his dismissal on 62.
Adil Rashid topped the wicket-taking stats for both teams claiming 10 across the five matches, with Tom Curran's six – including his stunning 5-35 in the final game, at Perth – taking him to second on the list for England.
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- Age: 25
- Domestic Team: Surrey
- Bowling Style: Right-arm Fast seam
- Fun Fact:
- Tom and brother Sam took all 10 Northamptonshire wickets in an innings in 2015
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- Brett Lee
Jos Buttler: 100 ODI caps reached in the first ODI in Melbourne.
Jason Roy: 50 ODI caps reached in the second ODI in Brisbane.
Joe Root: 100 ODI caps reached in the third ODI in Sydney.
England player of the match awards
England received four of the five awards on offer – record-breaker Jason Roy in Melbourne, unbeaten Joe Root in the second ODI at the Gabba, century-maker Jos Buttler in the series-clinching third match in Sydney and Tom Curran, whose five-wicket haul powered England to victory in a thrilling conclusion to the series.