England can play even better in Australia: James Anderson

Anderson says the England team will cherish the Ashes victory and will come back harder when they tour Down Under for the return series.

updated: August 26, 2013 14:05 IST
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London: James Anderson said he expected England to be even better in the return Ashes in Australia later this year after they wrapped up a 3-0 series win with a controversial final Test draw at The Oval on Sunday (August 25).

England, bidding to win four Tests in a home Ashes for the first time, needed 21 runs off 24 balls to reach their victory target of 227 when Aleem Dar and Kumar Dharmasena, the umpires, decided the light was too bad to continue and ended the match to the disgust of a capacity crowd. (Also read: Clarke's tiff with umpires ends Ashes series)

"We know we can go to Australia and play even better," Anderson told Sky Sports after starring in England's third straight series win over their arch-rivals.

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