Day 1

Mark Stoneman scored 56, laying a solid foundation for the middle-order batters to exploit

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Mark Stoneman was buried under a barrage of bouncers by the Australian pacers

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Mitchell Starc took two important wickets of Alastair Cook and Mark Stoneman

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Josh Hazlewood took a solitary wicket, but was unluckiest of all the bowlers

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Jonny Bairstow completes 3,000 runs in Tests

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Dawid Malan scored his maiden international hundred

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Malan, Bairstow registered highest fifth-wicket partnership for England at Perth

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Day 2

Jonny Bairstow headbutted his own helmet after scoring maiden hundred against Australia

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Australia took last 6 wickets for 35 runs

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Craig overturned the Australian openers

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Smith, Khawaja added 124 runs for the second wicket

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Smith remained unbeaten on 92

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Day 3

Steven Smith registered his 22nd hundred – his 20th since 2014

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Mitchell Marsh scored his maiden hundred at his home ground

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Stevem Smith collected his maiden 200 as captained

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Smith, Marsh have added 301 runs for the fifth wicket

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Smith scored 1,000 runs in a calendar year for the fourth successive time

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Day 4

Mitchell Marsh went for his overnight score 181

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Steven Smith scored 239

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Josh Hazlewood took a one-handed blinder to get the better of Alastair Cook

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James Vince was England’s best batsman, scoring 55

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Mitchell Starc hurled ball of The Ashes 2017-18

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Joe Root went for 14

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Day 4 was called off early due to rain

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Day 5

Australia wrapped up England within 2 hours of day’s play

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Josh Hazlewood was the wrecker-in-chief, taking a five-for

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Pat Cummins took the final nail in the coffin

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The Marsh brothers having a laugh with their captain

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And well…

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And well, again…

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