It took just 39 minutes for England to see of Australia to regain the Ashes at Trent Bridge this morning.
But did the fans who got tickets for Day 3 feel short changed - or was it worth every penny to see that tiny urn back in English hands?
Celebrating today's Ashes win were the Harris family from Ruddington in Nottingham.
Dad, Wayne, said although he brought a fan with him from 'down-under' -they were still firm friends after England's emphatic 3-1 series win.
It took just 39 minutes for Alistair Cook's side to see off the final three wickets in the fourth test at Trent Bridge.
The final test will be at the Oval later this month - but as the Ashes are England's once again - the only thing left to play for is pride.
England have regained The Ashes after completing the Fourth Test victory over Australia by an innings and 78 runs.
The hosts needed just three wickets on Saturday morning, which they achieved within 40 minutes.
Ben Stokes picked up his sixth wicket of the innings when he had Mitchell Starc caught by Ian Bell at second slip.
Fellow seamer Mark Wood then cleaned up Josh Hazlewood for a duck, which followed up by removing Nathan Lyon to complete the win.
England just need one more wicket to regain the Ashes at Trent Bridge.
England are set to win the Ashes when they resume play against Australia at Trent Bridge today.
Ben Stokes helped put the team on the verge of an innings victory but he said "we know no game is over until the last wicket is taken".
"We're in a really, really good position," he added.
"We need three more wickets to get the Ashes back, but we know their tail can hang around and get some runs."
The first Test between England and India begins at Trent Bridge today.
It is the first time India have played a five match Test series in this country since 1959.
England training ahead of their Nat West One Day game at Nottingham's Trent Bridge. England go into the third match of the series 2-0 down.