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Justin Langer, Glenn McGrath and Shane Warne with their respective children

Justin Langer, Glenn McGrath and Shane Warne all retire from Test cricket after the Ashes Test victory in Sydney

Shane Warne, Glenn McGrath and Justin Langer sing the national anthem ahead

It's been an emotional four days for them - here they await the start of a Test which completes a 5-0 series whitewash

Shane Warne gets his international career under way during the 1991-2 series against India

Warne's bumper wicket haul starts slowly with only one scalp in his first Test, Ravi Shastri caught by Dean Jones for 206

Glenn McGrath makes a slow but steady start to his Test match career joining an already successful team

Glenn Donald McGrath makes his Test debut against New Zealand in 1993 and takes three wickets during the match

Justin Langer hits a four on his way to 100 against Pakistan

Justin Langer makes his Test debut in 1993, but his first century comes against Pakistan in Peshawar in October 1998

Jacques Kallis of South Africa becomes Warne's 300th Test victim

Jacques Kallis of South Africa becomes Warne's 300th Test victim during the second Test in Sydney in 1998

Brian Lara becomes McGrath's 300th Test victim

Brian Lara becomes McGrath's 300th Test victim during the second Test against West Indies at the Waca in 2000

Justin Langer and Steve Waugh

Steve Waugh hails Langer as "the best batsman in the world" following his 122 off 122 balls against New Zealand in Hamilton

Alec Stewart is bowled out by Shane Warne

Warne takes his 400th wicket during the fifth Ashes Test at the Oval in 2001, clean bowling Alec Stewart

McGrath dives full length to dismiss Vaughan

In the Ashes series of 2002-03, McGrath pulls off a memorable catch to end Michael Vaughan's innings at Adelaide

Justin Langer hits a four on his way to 250 against England in Melbourne

Langer regularly clocks up big scores against England and in the 2002-03 Ashes he hits 250 in the fourth Test in Melbourne

Warne salutes the crowd after taking three wickets against Sri Lanka in Darwin and moving past Courtney Walsh's tally of 519 Test wickets

Three wickets in the first Test against Sri Lanka in Darwin takes Warne past Courtney Walsh's tally of 519 Test wickets

He takes his 500th Test wicket at Lord's

McGrath starts the Ashes series of 2005 by unseating Marcus Trescothick and claiming his 500th wicket in the process

Justin Langer receives treatment after being hit by a fast ball from Makhaya Ntini

Langer's 100th Test match ends in agony when he is struck on the head by a ball from South Africa's Makhaya Ntini

Warne during his retirement media conference at the MCG

Warne announces his retirement before getting to play at his hometown Melbourne Cricket Ground one last time

Australia celebrate as Hoggard returns to the pavilion

McGrath also decides to retire, days after Matthew Hoggard becomes his 555th victim and Australia reclaim the Ashes

Warne holds the ball aloft, surrounded by team-mates

Warne celebrates after dismissing Andrew Strauss to become the first player ever to reach 700 Test wickets

Justin Langer announces his retirement

Langer joins the party by announcing his decision to retire from Test cricket after the final Ashes Test against England



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