Cook puts England's win to being better in `big Ashes moments`

Sydney, Aug 14 (ANI): England captain Alastair Cook has said that his team's latest Ashes triumph was made possible because of the ability to outclass Australia in the big moments.

According to the Sydney Morning Herald, Cook revealed that as a side in the last 12 months, England had come through some tough situations and had learnt not to get beaten when up against them.

Cook said that when a team has the sort of experience that England's group of players had now, it gave the captain a lot of confidence and said that when the team ever had a chance, the players took the game by the scruff of the neck.

The captain said that his team was keen to add to Australia's misery in the fifth Test but first it was time to celebrate, adding that they were going to get greedy and try to repeat the success at The Oval. (ANI)


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