Ashley Giles is a success player of the England Cricket Team. He established himself as England's No. 1 slow bowler during the triumphant tour of Pakistan in 2000-01. in the summer of 2004 he rose to fame with nine-wicket haul at Lord's and filled with new confidence, he continued to give vital performances - with ball and increasingly, with bat - culminating in his career-best 59 at The Oval, an innings which helped seal England's first Ashes victory for 18 years. Giles's most memorable moments had come on his three tours of the subcontinent. Around, two years later, after remodeling his action and enduring a dismal tour to Bangladesh, he burst back to form in Sri Lanka, with 18 wickets in the series and a magnificent match saving stand in the first Test at Galle.