England's cricketers have done it! They've beaten Australia in the fifth and final Test to win the Ashes. Here's the story of how they did it...
On day one, the captains performed the toss. Australian Captain Michael Clarke won and chose for his side to bat first.
Australia has two new faces in their squad. Michael Beer and Usman Khawaja replace Ricky Ponting who is out injured and Michael Clarke who took his place as captain.
On Day two, Brad Haddin joined Michael Hussey to bat for Australia as they resumed on 134-4.
But not for long! Here's England's Paul Collingwood celebrating bowling out Michael Hussey.
This England fan looks pretty happy even though the Aussies are in the lead - well, we did retain the Ashes so there's definitely something to smile about!
Mitchell Johnson of Australia also found something to celebrate though when he took a wicket during day two of the Fifth Ashes Test.
Aussie Michael Beer wasn't so lucky though. He had what would have been his first Test wicket overturned when the umpires ruled it was a no ball.
Day three began with England 113 runs behind Australia, on 167-3. James Anderson resumed the batting for England with Alastair Cook.
Alastair Cook celebrated his 16th Test century, after scoring 189 runs. Only one other English cricketer has scored more runs in an Ashes series.
But things didn't go well for Paul Collingwood - he was out for 13 runs, leaving fans to question whether his Test cricket career is over...
Ian Bell scored his first ever century against Australia, despite a controversial decision by the electric umpire to keep him in after he was initially declared out.
England finished day three on 488-7, giving them a big lead of 208 runs over Australia, with Matt Prior and Tim Bresnan still in to bat.
Day four got off to a bit of a sad start as England player Paul Collingwood announced that the fifth Ashes Test will be his last, after playing for his country a mega 68 times.
But batsman Matt Prior helped to put a smile back on fans' faces, smashing his way to his first century of the series. He's jumping for joy!
After a great morning of batting from Tim Bresnan and Matt Prior, England go to lunch with a whooping score of 636-8!
England are all out for 644, their highest ever Test match score against Australia. The Aussies are in to bat, but it isn't long before wickets start to fall...
After a nerve-racking few hours Australia manage to cling on and end the day on 213-7. With an England victory almost in sight the fans are pretty happy!
Day five began with victory in sight for England, who were just three wickets away from winning. Rain put play on hold for 40 minutes, leaving English fans frustrated...
But it didn't take long for the wickets to fall - Chris Tremlett celebrates winning the Ashes after dismissing Australia's Michael Beer to leave the hosts 281 all out.
It's a big moment for the England cricket team and their fans - they've been waiting 24 years for an Ashes victory in Australia!
It's a fantastic result for England, who won three Test matches by an innings - the first time either team have done so at an Ashes series away from home.