Champagne is splashed everywhere as England rejoice with the trophy. Eoin Morgan's team keeps looking more and more impressive everytime you see them. Can they be stopped? India's visit next month will give the answers. That's it from us here. Until next time, goodbye!
Morgan, England captain: Massive positives to take from today. The fact that we bat all the way down the order means that only one of us has to come off while chasing a low total. Today was quite mesmerising, Buttler playing at the top of his game. At times we do (take him from granted). He's forced his way back into the Test team which is very exciting. We'd be naive to think that we shouldn't ask questions of ourselves. The fact that we won was a bonus. We have to be open and honest though. First time we failed as a group with the bat in this series. Up until today, we've progressed nicely. Bowling has come a long way. The way we fought back today was awesome. Great atmosphere at the end. They've been absolutely brilliant, no doubt they were our 12th man today.
Paine, Australia captain: We've certainly been taught a lesson from a world-class outfit. We had them under pressure; Rashid and Jos played really well but we didn't get enough balls in the right areas. We probably got a touch wide at the start of their partnership. We saw earlier that when Billy hit the stumps a lot more, we created chances. They played outstandingly well. Felt we were in trouble at the halfway mark. Our bowlers came out and committed really well to create chances in the first hour. Even today, Alex Carey and Short are two really good young players who played really well. Senior players let us down. There's some real talent in this group. It's been difficult but it sort of goes with the job. If I'm honest, I let the pressure get to me in this series. Clearly when you're not performing, things are not as fun at the international level.
Buttler, MoM and MoS: We were determined to win 5-0. We bowled fantastically well. Didn't quite click with the bat. But games like that, to win them is even more enjoyable. Just needed a partnership. One of our great strengths is the depth in the batting. Adil Rashid at ten is handy. I did say (to Ball) "if it's two we'll run, if it's one we won't" and then charged out, so that wasn't ideal. Great guts from Ball too to soak up that pressure. I don't think I've played better. It's enjoyable.
Here are few interesting stats by Deepu Narayanan:- This is England's first 5-0 whitewash over Australia in ODIs.- Highest 9th wicket stand in successful run chases:132 Mathews - Malinga v Aus, MCG, 201081 Buttler - A Rashid v Aus, MANCHESTER, 201874* B McCullum - Vettori v Aus, C'church, 200573* Bevan - Bichel v Eng, P Elizabeth, 2003- Only the second 5-0 win for England after beating Zimbabwe 5-0 in Zimbabwe in 2001- Ninth win for England against Australia in ten head-to-head encounters in 2018 - the most England have beaten an opponent in a calendar year. Previous: Eight against Pak in 1987 (in 11 games)- Australia have lost as many ODIs to an opponent in a calendar year only once before - nine vs WI in 1984 (from 12 games)- This is the seventh time England have won an ODI with one wicket remaining - the last also came against Australia at the same venue back in 2010
17:36 Local Time, 16:36 GMT, 22:06 IST: Great scenes out at Old Trafford as Jos Buttler basks in the glory of a stunning knock. England had no business winning this game from 114/8. But Buttler yanked them back from the dead, with the knock of his career. The belief with which he played that innings was just unbelievable, epitomized by his refusal to take that single which would've tied the scores. Adil Rashid played his part in that 81-run stand, but this win was all about Buttler. There've been some blistering efforts from him which have made our jaws drop, but this was something else, something special. As for Australia, if they weren't able to win this one, then well.. That must be demoralising. They had Billy Stanlake ripping through England's top-order, Kane Richardson following up in the middle, but it wasn't enough? What, really, is enough against this England team?
Marcus Stoinis [8.0-0-33-2] is back into the attack
Two runs more. Buttler has it in his hands now, no more relying on Ball
Long-on, long-off and three fielders on the leg-side boundary. Single or boundary?
Richardson now. Three fielders on the leg-side boundary. Everyone up in the off-side ring, except long-off
Can Agar do it? The field is up for Ball. Slip in place
Balls taken to reach 100 by Jos Buttler:4661667383117*
Jake Ball, right handed bat, comes to the crease
Stoinis to Adil Rashid, THAT'S OUT!! Caught!!
Much tension everywhere
He's on 97, the temptation would be there to just go for it
England only 12 away. These two just need to hold their nerve from here.
Marcus Stoinis [6.0-0-19-1] is back into the attack
This is also the second highest 9th wicket stand for England after the 100-run stand by Vikram Solanki & Liam Plunkett against Pakistan in Lahore in 2005.
This is now the highest ninth wicket stand for England against Australia surpassing 60 between Tom Curran & Chris Woakes in Adelaide earlier this year.
Ashton Agar [6.0-0-22-1] is back into the attack
Final ten overs, 39 needed with two wickets in hand. This is starting to get really close.
Kane Richardson [6.0-0-34-3] is back into the attack
Nathan Lyon [8.0-0-24-0] is back into the attack
Billy Stanlake [8.0-1-24-3] is back into the attack
Marcus Stoinis [4.0-0-12-1] is back into the attack
Slowest ODI fifty for Buttler (74 balls) Previous: Off 59 balls vs India, Perth 2015
Slip comes in for Rashid, most of the field comes in too
Buttler shuffles in his crease, Stanlake pulls out
Billy Stanlake [7.0-1-23-3] is back into the attack
Watch out for Buttler now, as he'll surely take a lot more risks. 92 away. Can he take England close? He's up against Stanlake
Adil Rashid, right handed bat, comes to the crease
Drinks are on the field now!
Kane Richardson to Plunkett, THAT'S OUT!! Caught!!
Liam Plunkett, right handed bat, comes to the crease
Kane Richardson to Sam Curran, THAT'S OUT!! Caught!!
Kane Richardson [3.0-0-20-1] is back into the attack
An inflatable melon has made its way onto the field. Crowd loves it. Loud boos as the security guard takes it away
D Arcy Short, left-arm chinaman, comes into the attack
Slip in for Curran
Sam Curran, left handed bat, comes to the crease
Stoinis to Moeen Ali, THAT'S OUT!! Caught!!
Marcus Stoinis, right-arm fast medium, comes into the attack
Billy Stanlake [5.0-1-18-3] is back into the attack
Welcome back. Lyon to continue after the break.
14:34 Local Time, 13:34 GMT, 19:04 IST: That's the lunch break and Australia have bowled extremely well in the past one hour to bag five crucial wickets. The decision to open with Agar was a masterclass as he got Roy early on in the innings. The English openers have been severe in this series but Stanlake bowled a peach of a spell to get three important wickets of their in-form batsmen. Buttler is looking in good touch yet again but can he take England home and make the scoreline 5-0? We'll be back in a while with rest of English innings to find that out.
Nathan Lyon [1.0-0-4-0] is back into the attack
Moeen Ali, left handed bat, comes to the crease
Kane Richardson to Hales, THAT'S OUT!! Caught!!
Kane Richardson, right-arm fast medium, comes into the attack
Ashton Agar [3.0-0-11-1] is back into the attack
Jos Buttler, right handed bat, comes to the crease
Stanlake to Eoin Morgan, THAT'S OUT!! Bowled!!
Eoin Morgan, left handed bat, comes to the crease
Nathan Lyon, right-arm off break, comes into the attack
Stanlake to Root, THAT'S OUT!! Caught!!
Joe Root, right handed bat, comes to the crease
Stanlake to Bairstow, THAT'S OUT!! Bowled!!
Billy Stanlake, right-arm fast, comes into the attack
Alex Hales, right handed bat, comes to the crease
Agar to Roy, THAT'S OUT!! Bowled!!
Roy and Bairstow are at the crease. Roy is on strike. Agar will open the attack