England finally won a competitive cricket match in their disastrous tour of Australia, as they recorded a 57-run victory in the fourth one-day international in Perth.
After Alastair Cook revealed he was "desperate" to remain as captain before play, his side delivered a much-welcomed success which also ensured a record-equalling 10th consecutive loss was avoided.
Australia had inflicted all nine defeats in that run - dating back to last summer and including the Ashes whitewash - and had not lost to England at the WACA Ground in any format since New Year's Day 1987.
Yet despite the odds, England found a way to break a miserable duck stretching back to the first Test - which started on November 21.
Man-of-the-match Ben Stokes led the way with 70 and four wickets for 39 runs on the same ground he hit his maiden century earlier in the tour.