Pat Cummins removing Zak Crawley during the fifth and final Ashes Test was another celebration of this marvellously rebalanced summer.
Another immaculate delivery from Perfect Pat jagged back into the tall right hander and took an inside edge to Travis Head at short leg.
On the highlights reel it looks no different to so many other England dismissals as the ball darted off the seam and caught an edge on the way to a close catcher, giving Australia another early breakthrough on the second afternoon of the day-night Test in Hobart.
But in a game usually dominated by batsmen from the boardroom to the selection table and playing field, it was another win for the bowler on a lush, green pitch.
All five pitches this summer appear to have been made in the image of La Nina, which continues to cool and dampen much of Australia’s east coast.
The last La Nina which coincided with the Ashes in Australia, during 2010-11, saw England claim a rare series victory in conditions most suited to their bowlers.
And so things have been during moments in this series, most notably on the opening day of this Test when England captain Joe Root won the toss, bowled like he should have in Brisbane, and reduced Australia to 3-12.
But England also made two scores of 500 and two of 600 during their 3-1 triumph in 2010-11. After being bowled out for 188 in Saturday’s first innings at Bellerive Oval, they have not made 300 at any stage on tour.
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