Australia have completed Ashes dominance defeating England by 146-runs in the fifth Test in Hobart and winning the Ashes 4-0.
The visitors were steamrolled in the fourth innings of the game after they were set a total of 271 to win.
Zak Crawley and Rory Burns started brightly putting on the highest opening partnership of the series for England of 68.
It was a capitulation from there as England going onto lose 10/56 and to be all out for 124.
Skipper Pat Cummins, Scott Boland and Cameron Green claiming three wickets each.
Travis Head was named player of the series after scoring 357 runs and an average of 59.50.
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