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SODERLINGFACES YOUNGAUSTRALIANPage 45
ASHESDespondent Australian captain Michael Clarke heads for the sheds after losing his wicket at the SCG yesterday. England, who have already retained the Ashes, will seal a 3-1 series win today.
Picture: GREGG PORTEOUS
ByWILL SWANTONin Sydney
ONE look on one mans facespoke for a shattered nation.
At 3.07pm NT time yesterdayMichael Clarke screamed in an-guish as England destroyer Ja-mes Anderson ran past with hisarms spread in triumph.
Clarkes expression was twist-ed with pain and defeat. Austra-lias doomed Ashes campaign isending in farce and frustration.
Former England captain Mi-chael Vaughan will present And-rew Strauss with the Waterfordreplica Ashes trophy today whenthe visitors complete a 3-1series triumph.
Vaughans involvement wascreating angst last night. Any-thing wrong with having aniconic Australian player, or even
a bigwig from Cricket Australia,doing the honours?
We have been hammered, butwe are still the host.
Yesterday started badly forAustralia. And proceeded to getworse. England made 644 itshighest total in a Test on Aust-ralian soil before Australia,needing to bat for almost twodays on a true pitch, capitulatedto be 7-213.
Clarke was as angry as hedever been upon being dismissed.Anderson bowled a dream outs-winger midway through one ofthe greatest demonstrations offast bowling you would everwish to see.
Clarke pushed forward, theball teased him like he was in afrustration dream, his righthand flew off the handle, nick,the captain was gone for 41.
Dayof shame for Aussies: P46