The Wisden Trophy came to an end with the England skipper Joe Root lifting the cup after the home side claimed a comfortable third test win at Old Trafford.
The return of Test Cricket was enjoyed by cricket lovers all across the globe as the Windies gave a tough fight against the mighty Englishmen on their home turf.
Despite losing the first test match of the series, England bounced back in no time to win the next two and capture the Wisden Trophy for the final time.
We take a look at the top three performers from the final test match.
Stuart Broad (Man of the Match, Player of the series)
Stuart Broad turned out to be the trump card for his side after having been ignored for the first test by the selectors. The 34-year-old Broad picked up a total of 16 wickets in the 2 tests that he played and also scored vital runs in the last test match. Moreover, the cherry on the cake was the 500th Test wicket scalp for him. Making him the overall 7th in the leading wicket-takers tally. The proudest moment for him was to complete this milestone in front of his father Chris Broad who was the match referee of this test.
The opening left-handed batsman Rory Burns proved his point by scoring a good 57 and 90 runs in both the first and Second Innings. His runs proved to be very much big in terms of the contribution for the side. The 29 year old is showing that he is ready for the upcoming test series as well.
England’s first Innings scorecard was looking under trouble until Ollie Pope came out to bat. The 22-year-old middle-order batsman from Surrey Scored a crucial 91 runs in order to rescue his side from the looming trouble. His performance in the first innings gave his side the balanced total which was needed.