Ashes: Australia thrash feeble England to retain Ashes at Melbourne
England meekly surrendered the Ashes on the morning of the third day of the third Test as Australia crushed them by an innings and 14 runs to take an unassailable 3-0 series lead.
Resuming on 31-4, England were bowled out for just 68 inside 81 minutes, with debutant Scott Boland taking an astonishing 6-7.
Their final five wickets fell in the space of 30 balls as England offered the weakest of resistance in front of a jubilant home crowd at the Melbourne Cricket Ground.
England's 68 all out is their lowest total in Australia since March 1904 and their ninth lowest score against them in Tests.
The result means Australia have retained the Ashes after just 12 days of cricket and will be eyeing a 5-0 series win.
The fourth Test will begin in Sydney on 4 January.