We track four people on their journey.
What's the cost of South Korea's drinking culture?
17 Dec 2013 14:35 GMT
Captains Alastair Cook and Michael Clarke both reached the 100-Test landmark when the rivals met in Perth for the third Ashes Test
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Mitchell Johnson had picked up 17 wickets in the two Tests so far and England\(***)s tormentor-in-chief added six more to his tally
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England\(***)s batting has been under the scanner with the team failing to cross the 200-mark in three of the four innings so far
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Tensions were running high and reached a climax when Australia captain warned James Anderson of dire consequences heard over the stump mic.
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Bad turned to worse for the tourists as Jonathan Trott flew home with a stress-related illness after the opening Test thrashing
The gloom spilled over into the crowd as well with disappointed members of the Barmy Army ruing England\(***)s poor show on the field
Talks of a fightback failed to materialise as the hosts hammered England by 150 runs in the third Test to win the Ashes back after six years
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