England tour of Australia, 2006/07 / Commentary

The Ashes - 2nd Test

Australia v England

Australia won by 6 wickets

Overs 1-50  | Overs 51-100

9.1

Warne to Strauss, no run, a bit of spin, pitching way outside off into the footholes and that pops up

9.2

Warne to Strauss, no run, more fizz as that one again bends into the left-hander, Strauss leaves it, it raps him on the pad and there are big shouts. HawkEye had it just going over, but that was very, very close

9.3

Warne to Strauss, no run, defended on the front foot

9.4

Warne to Strauss, no run, more defence - Warne is causing lots of problems here, looking more of a threat than he has all match

9.5

Warne to Strauss, 2 runs, gets bat on that to turn it square for a quick single, oh no, a two

9.6

Warne to Strauss, FOUR, brave shot from Strauss there, kneeling down, playing with the spin and whipping it away from outside off to square

England 31/0   SK Warne 1-0-6-0

11.1

Warne to Strauss, no run, that just eludes the outside edge as it spins back in at the lefthander

11.2

Warne to Strauss, 1 run, swatted behind square this time

11.3

Warne to Bell, no run, big rip from the big man - that pitches on leg and Bell gets squared up and just manages to get bat on it, just below the splice to be exact - to avoid a Gatting ball

11.4

Warne to Bell, 1 run, hit slowly to leg

11.5

Warne to Strauss, 1 run, swept neatly

11.6

Warne to Bell, 1 run, driven slowly to mid-off

England 35/1   SK Warne 2-0-10-0

13.1

Warne to Bell, no run, defended down to the man close in on the leg-side

13.2

Warne to Bell, FOUR, rank full toss and that's not wasted by Bell who drives it off his legs in front of midwicket

13.3

Warne to Bell, no run, pitches outside leg and as it's moving back in at Bell he kills the spin with a quiet defensive

13.4

Warne to Bell, no run, driven to cover

13.5

Warne to Bell, no run, pitched outside leg and quickly smothered, bat out in front of pad

13.6

Warne to Bell, 2 runs, more leg-side tactics, but Bell creeps forward and nudges that square off his legs

England 44/1   SK Warne 3-0-16-0

15.1

Warne to Strauss, no run, pitches wide outside off and turns back in a bit but it was so wide to begin with that it's well left

15.2

Warne to Strauss, 2 runs, driven out to cover and that brings up England's fifty

15.3

Warne to Strauss, no run, pitches on off, Strauss works that into the leg-side

15.4

Warne to Strauss, no run, defended forward and that's 'Aw, yes, Shane'

15.5

Warne to Strauss, no run, ooh hello, that was a good'un, pitching outside off, turning back in from the rough and a little inside edge bobbles up into space on leg

15.6

Warne to Strauss, 2 runs, punched down the ground and that's chased down by the man at long-on

England 53/1   SK Warne 4-0-20-0

17.1

Warne to Bell, no run, pitches outside leg and Bell comes forward to defend confidently

17.2

Warne to Bell, no run, same ball, same result

17.3

Warne to Bell, no run, pitches outside leg and that's well fielded by Clark in the midwicket region, pouncing on that low on his left

17.4

Warne to Bell, no run, Bell waits for it, waits a bit more, and then drives forward

17.5

Warne to Bell, no run, aw, top stuff from Warne, sliding that one in on middle and then turns massively off the pitch. Bell tries to defend and misses it all ends up - the Sherminator is nearly terminated

17.6

Warne to Bell, no run, driven slowly to wide mid-on

17.6

Warne to Bell, no run, driven slowly to wide mid-on

England 58/1   SK Warne 5-1-20-0

19.1

Warne to Strauss, no run, immediately some turn for Warne, tossing this outside Strauss's off stump who comes forward and hides the bat behind his pad. Big turn

19.2

Warne to Strauss, no run, a touch straighter, on off stump and Strauss calmly smothers it - although he didn't come forward with too great a stride

19.3

Warne to Strauss, no run, tossed up again, luring Strauss forward and it lands in the rough, turning prodigiously back into the left hander who leaves alone

19.4

Warne to Strauss, no run, and this time Strauss comes firmly forward, head over the ball and defends this flatter delivery

19.5

Warne to Strauss, 1 run, whipped off middle-and-leg - "catch" is the cry but short-leg didn't have a hope there. Neatly, calmly played by Strauss to get a quick single

19.6

Warne to Bell, 1 run, Warne doesn't adjust his line here, landing it on the right hander's leg stump and Bell clips him to the leg side

England 61/1   SK Warne 6-1-22-0

21.1

Warne to Strauss, no run, outside off, again turning in quite massively. Strauss not sure what to do with it.

21.2

Warne to Strauss, no run, Strauss forward to this one, again hiding the bat behind the pad. And again big turn from Warne

21.3

Warne to Strauss, no run, this time he chooses to pad it away

21.4

Warne to Strauss, no run, and Strauss rather impetuously comes down the pitch here, using his pad to kick it away

21.5

Warne to Strauss, no run, clever bowling, this is fascinating stuff from Warne - tossing it high, very wide of the off stump and he leaves alone. Or rather, he pads it away

21.6

Warne to Strauss, no run, and it's pushed into the off side but straight to a deepish gully

England 61/1   SK Warne 7-2-22-0

23.1

Warne to Bell, no run, very straight, on middle-and-off and Bell goes back to defend. Goes right back in fact

23.2

Warne to Bell, no run, held this back a bit, but Bell reads this and comes forward to defend - looking solid in defence

23.3

Warne to Bell, no run, too short, Bell rocks back and hammers it into the covers

23.4

Warne to Bell, 1 run, very nicely played - not much turn from Warne and it was a touch too short, allowing Bell to go back and time it neatly past the infield for a single to the off side

23.5

Warne to Strauss, no run, again the same tactics from Warne to Strauss, the batsman hiding his bat behind the pad

23.6

Warne to Strauss, no run, surely a wide? No call from the umpire...well, that was tossed some two feet from Strauss's off stump - almost not landing on the cut strip - and, predictably, Strauss just ignored it

England 63/1   SK Warne 8-2-23-0

25.1

Warne to Bell, no run, "awwww" cries Warne, for no apparent reason as Bell was firmly behind that one

25.2

Warne to Bell, 2 runs, beautiful shot, played off his pads through midwicket with a real flourish and a flick of the wrists

25.3

Warne to Bell, no run

25.4

Warne to Bell, no run, outside off, turning just a touch away from Bell who pushed it out into the off side

25.5

Warne to Bell, no run, flatter, quicker - the slider I reckon - but Bell reads it (I think) and defends it solidly

25.6

Warne to Bell, no run, pushed out into the off side

England 66/1   SK Warne 9-2-25-0

27.1

Warne to Bell, no run, and that's why it's fascinating! What a ball, landing on off stump and turning away. The classic legbreak, just missing Bell's forward poke

27.2

Warne to Bell, no run, shorter and it passes by his blade again

27.3

Warne to Bell, no run, again a bit too short and Bell goes back to push it into the covers

27.4

Warne to Bell, no run, Warne goes for the big Gatting-ball outside leg, roars one of his "awwwws" but it doesn't turn much and Bell clips him easily to leg

27.5

Warne to Bell, no run, again, another attempt to bowl him round the legs - Warne bowling wide of the crease here - but Bell skips confidently down the track and works him to leg

27.6

Warne to Bell, 1 run, dropped! Classical legbreak and Bell comes forward, tentatively, it takes the outside edge and Matthew Hayden at first slip couldn't quite get his right hand to it. He doesn't drop many...

England 69/1   SK Warne 10-2-26-0

29.1

Warne to Strauss, no run, and he does play at this one, outside off, "catch is the cry" but he padded it away

29.2

Warne to Strauss, no run, not really sure what in the name of sanity Strauss was trying to do there. Running down the pitch like a man with a bus to catch, and almost chesting the ball away before diving back into his crease

29.3

Warne to Strauss, no run, and he wisely decides to use that thing in his hands called a bat, this time

29.4

Warne to Strauss, no run, outside off and left alone

29.5

Warne to Strauss, no run, ooh er, he wasn't sure what to do with that. Outside off, short, Strauss goes back and almost seems to forget that

29.6

Warne to Strauss, OUT, gone! Oh dear. Don't think Strauss is too happy with that. He came skipping down the pitch, trying to work it to leg, the ball hit the pad and ballooned to short-leg who appealed...as did every Australian and Bucknor raises his finger. Replays confirm the ball missed the bat by, well...several inches.

AJ Strauss c Hussey b Warne 34 (125m 79b 3x4 0x6) SR: 43.03

England 69/2   SK Warne 11-3-26-1

31.1

Warne to Bell, no run, outside leg, again Warne's looking for a magic ball but can't conjure anything

31.2

Warne to Bell, no run, slightly straighter, turning away and defended

31.3

Warne to Bell, no run, down the pitch, driven inside out into the covers

31.4

Warne to Bell, no run, ooh another classic leggie from the big winner, turning away massively and just missing the outside edge

31.5

Warne to Bell, no run, defended off the back foot

31.6

Warne to Bell, OUT, oh dear, what a complete and utter shambles. Pushed out into the covers, Collingwood called Bell through but Bell didn't want the run. Collingwood sprints nevertheless, Bell reluctantly agrees but is caught well short of his ground, Clarke fields from cover to Warne who throws down the stumps with ease. Disaster

IR Bell run out 26 (85m 73b 2x4 0x6) SR: 35.61

England 70/3   SK Warne 12-4-26-1

33.1

Warne to Pietersen, OUT, GOT HIM! What a ripper from Warne, pitching on leg and Pietersen tries to sweep...and it clips off stump. Massive, ripping, gripping legbreak. Warne roars his delight at Pietersen who marches off and England are now in a hole

KP Pietersen b Warne 2 (8m 5b 0x4 0x6) SR: 40.00

33.2

Warne to Flintoff, no run, outside leg and again this turns massively on Flintoff, the new batsman, who pads it away

33.3

Warne to Flintoff, no run, flatter from Warne, firmly forward from Flintoff

33.4

Warne to Flintoff, no run, oh, dear, what a ball from Warne. Flintoff not sure what to do with it, turning from outside leg - but he at least gets his body in the way

33.5

Warne to Flintoff, no run, but he's solidly forward to this one

33.6

Warne to Flintoff, no run, outside off but Flintoff just pads it away

England 73/4   SK Warne 13-5-26-2

35.1

Warne to Flintoff, no run, awww, roars Warne with the effort of pitching that one on leg and watching as Flintoff defends on the front foot

35.2

Warne to Flintoff, no run, Flintoff pads up to that one and the ball pops up to short leg

35.3

Warne to Flintoff, no run, tosses that one up and it's a full bunger, low and outside off. Flintoff stops on a straight drive - still getting his eye in

35.4

Warne to Flintoff, no run, padding forward this time, bending on his knee and letting the ball crash into his pad

35.5

Warne to Flintoff, 1 run, pitches on middle and a touch short and Flintoff rocks on to his back foot allowing himself time to cut that one

35.6

Warne to Collingwood, no run, 'oooh' goes the cry as Flintoff comes down late on that one in defence

England 76/4   SK Warne 14-5-27-2

37.1

Warne to Collingwood, no run, defended on the front foot

37.2

Warne to Collingwood, no run, defended again

37.3

Warne to Collingwood, no run, reaches out to pad that one away as it pitches outside leg

37.4

Warne to Collingwood, no run, defended, with some bat this time, on the front foot

37.5

Warne to Collingwood, no run, pitches outside leg again; it's padded away easily - this time...

37.6

Warne to Collingwood, no run, defended

England 77/4   SK Warne 15-6-27-2

39.1

Warne to Collingwood, no run, pitches outside leg and kicked away

39.2

Warne to Collingwood, no run, a rare positive shot from England, flicked off the legs, but their intent goes awry as their calling gets mixed up, and the non-striker has to run back to his mark quickly

39.3

Warne to Collingwood, no run, defended

39.4

Warne to Collingwood, no run, oh my word, that one was close. Just to say pitched outside leg and the batsman pads up to it. Umpire Bucknor, cool as you like, merely nods his head, unmoved

39.5

Warne to Collingwood, no run, defended on the front foot

39.6

Warne to Collingwood, no run, driven straight to mid-on which it snapped up easily

England 77/5   SK Warne 16-7-27-2

41.1

Warne to Jones, 1 run, the batsman finds a way through the men short in on the off-side, driving that one through cover

41.2

Warne to Collingwood, no run, defended the front foot

41.2

Warne to Collingwood, no run, defended the front foot

41.3

Warne to Collingwood, no run, pitches on leg stump and that's driven without much power

41.3

Warne to Collingwood, no run, pitches on leg stump and that's driven without much power

41.4

Warne to Collingwood, no run, defended

41.5

Warne to Collingwood, no run, huge rip across Collingwood but way wide down the off. Not taking any chances, the batsman follows the ball with his pad

41.6

Warne to Collingwood, no run, walks backwards and pays a patient defensive off the back foot

England 79/5   SK Warne 17-7-28-2

43.1

Warne to Collingwood, no run, pitches on leg but defended

43.2

Warne to Collingwood, no run, pitches outside leg and there are some cheeky shouts for lbw from Australia. Unlikely to be given - and indeed turned down

43.3

Warne to Collingwood, no run, straight one, that goes on straight and that's defended forward

43.4

Warne to Collingwood, no run, defended into the leg-side and there's a shout of 'Catch it' even though it goes on the floor

43.5

Warne to Collingwood, no run, defended again

43.6

Warne to Collingwood, no run, topspinner and that's defended on the money once more

England 82/5   SK Warne 18-8-28-2

45.1

Warne to Jones, 1 run, ooh, just past Mike Hussey at short leg and Australia nearly had another man just before the lunch break

45.2

Warne to Collingwood, no run, bends in from outside leg at the very last minute and that's defended forward at the very last millisecond

45.3

Warne to Collingwood, no run, Collingwood ends up with his legs looking Bambi's as he goes to meet that one, misses it, it bends pass him and he's close to falling over

45.4

Warne to Collingwood, FOUR, worked away through midwicket and huge cheers greet the first boundary of the session - and indeed the first the scoring shot above two

45.5

Warne to Collingwood, no run, pads up this time

45.6

Warne to Collingwood, no run, defended forward

45.6

Warne to Collingwood, no run, defended forward

England 88/5   SK Warne 19-8-33-2

47.1

Warne to Jones, no run

47.1

Warne to Jones, no run, great start, ripping legbreak pitched just outside leg stump

47.2

Warne to Jones, no run, massive appeal, a snorter which turns past the outside edge of Jones's bat and everyone goes up, Warne dancing down the pitch, but Bucknor remains inscrutable

47.3

Warne to Jones, no run, Jones back and across

47.4

Warne to Jones, 1 run, too full, Jones waits and turns that into the leg side

47.5

Warne to Collingwood, no run, a grunt from Warne as he lets go, Collingwood right into line

47.6

Warne to Collingwood, no run, Collingwood goes right back on his stumps, waits, and pats it into the leg side

England 90/5   SK Warne 20-8-34-2

49.1

Warne to Collingwood, no run, more oohs and aahs, more for effect as Collingwood dealt with that easily

49.2

Warne to Collingwood, no run, right forward and solid defence

49.3

Warne to Collingwood, no run, outside leg stump, padded away and past Gilchrist ... dead ball called and slip trots to get it while everyone else chats

49.4

Warne to Collingwood, 1 run, short, hammered to the cover boundary but there's a man there sweeping so only the one

49.5

Warne to Giles, no run, Giles right back and into line

49.6

Warne to Giles, no run, this time he comes forward and the ball spins out on the leg side

England 95/6   SK Warne 21-8-35-2

51.1

Warne to Collingwood, no run, exaggerated forward defensive shot

51.2

Warne to Collingwood, 1 run

51.3

Warne to Giles, no run, Giles forward, offering no shot, and the ball rips through him and onto first slip

51.4

Warne to Giles, no run, Giles looks to pad up, misses, and the ball almost bowled him round his legs. Gilchrist walks away looking to the heavens, asking for a divine explanation of how that missed

51.5

Warne to Giles, no run, this time he gets forward and blocks

51.6

Warne to Giles, OUT, Giles's wretched match continues with a blob. He tried kicking it and failed two balls earlier, so this time he plays at one outside leg stump, is turned square and a thick outside edge gives Hayden at slip his second catch in as many overs

AF Giles c Hayden b Warne 0 (14m 8b 0x4 0x6) SR: 0.00

England 97/7   SK Warne 22-8-36-3

53.1

Warne to Collingwood, no run, another massive appeal as the ball goes through Collingwood's backward prod. The replay shows that Bucknor was again on the mark as it flicked the batsman's trousers. Tense times

53.2

Warne to Collingwood, 1 run, full toss hit into space at midwicket

53.3

Warne to Hoggard, no run, Hoggard with a Boycottesque forward defensive shot

53.4

Warne to Hoggard, no run, overpitched,outside leg stump, and Hoggard lets it hit his foot

53.5

Warne to Hoggard, no run, lovely forward defensive shot, except that it the ball was on a different line ... it dipped and spun past Hoggard's bat and missed his off stump by a fraction of something

53.6

Warne to Hoggard, no run, too wide and Hoggard forward but no need to play

England 99/7   SK Warne 23-8-37-3

55.1

Warne to Collingwood, no run, Collingwood crouches and lets that hit his foot way outside the line of leg stump

55.2

Warne to Collingwood, 1 run, waist-high full toss, steered to deepish square leg

55.3

Warne to Hoggard, no run, Hoggard prods at air again to the exasperation of bowler, fielders and crowd

55.4

Warne to Hoggard, 1 run, excitement as Hoggard shapes to sweep early, but he connects and the ball goes all along the ground to deep square leg

55.5

Warne to Collingwood, no run, watched and then left alone

55.6

Warne to Collingwood, no run, another grunt as Warne lets go, Collingwood watches and plays a late defensive shot

England 102/7   SK Warne 24-8-39-3

57.1

Warne to Hoggard, no run, full and Hoggard hunches over his bat as he blocks

57.2

Warne to Hoggard, no run, more turn and it beats Hoggard's lunging defence

57.3

Warne to Hoggard, no run, an attempted flipper ... well, and attempted something ...but it ends up flat and spinless, and Hoggard drives into the covers

57.4

Warne to Hoggard, no run, safely blocked

57.5

Warne to Hoggard, OUT, lovely, lovely bowling. A big, flighted googly, 18 inches wide of off stump and it's too much for Hoggard to resist ... he shapes to drive and the ball snorts back and into his stumps, aided by a big inside edge. The height did for Hoggard there ... his eyes lit up as he saw it arcing towards him. "C'mon!" cries a grinning Warne, pumping his fist and sending Hoggard on his way with a raised index finger which screams 'You're out'

MJ Hoggard b Warne 4 (27m 24b 0x4 0x6) SR: 16.66

57.6

Warne to Harmison, no run, steered into the gully

England 105/8   SK Warne 25-9-39-4

59.1

Warne to Harmison, no run, outside leg, Harmison tries to get bat on it but decides his pad is a safer bet

59.2

Warne to Harmison, no run, but this time he does get bat on it, defending it quite solidly

59.3

Warne to Harmison, no run, lovely flight this time on middle-and-off and Harmison comes tentatively forward

59.4

Warne to Harmison, no run, firmly defended by Harmison

59.5

Warne to Harmison, no run, again he comes forward showing good technique here, smothering the spin

59.6

Warne to Harmison, no run, half an appeal - in fact, more than half an appeal from Warne as Harmison is struck on the pad...but it was bat first

England 107/8   SK Warne 26-10-39-4

61.1

Warne to Harmison, 1 run, ooh and he sweeps - but sweeps well, getting his massive frame down quite quickly and sweeping it in front of square

61.2

Warne to Collingwood, 1 run, calmly, confidently chipped down the ground

61.3

Warne to Harmison, no run, lands this outside leg, turns with immense bits and Harmison hides his bat behind the pad

61.4

Warne to Harmison, no run, squirted on the front foot to the gully, quite well played

61.5

Warne to Harmison, no run, and the quicker one from Warne this time

61.6

Warne to Harmison, no run, defended on the front foot. Harmison is cool as ice...

England 115/8   SK Warne 27-10-41-4

63.1

Warne to Collingwood, no run, what a ripper! What an absolute corker from Warne - you cannot play those, even with a barndoor. Landing outside leg, ripping past his forward defensive and Gilchrist took it to his right.

63.2

Warne to Collingwood, no run, fuller, Collingwood smothers it

63.3

Warne to Collingwood, 1 run, too short, Collingwood chops it down to mid-on...and takes a single to get Anderson onto strike. Oh dear

63.4

Warne to Anderson, no run, oooh lovely bowling, tossing this wide of his off stump and Anderson leaves...but it turns massively, as ever, just missing his off stump. Warne casts a wry grin at Anderson, who is most definitely not grinning

63.5

Warne to Anderson, no run, again wide of the off stump, Anderson pads it away. One more delivery to survive

63.6

Warne to Anderson, no run, yorker length but outside off - the attempted slider I think - and Gilchrist does well to take this

England 120/9   SK Warne 28-10-42-4

65.1

Warne to Anderson, no run, short, too short in fact and Anderson cuts it into the gully

65.2

Warne to Anderson, no run, yikes, too wide this time but Anderson shapes to play...before just dragging his bat inside the line

65.3

Warne to Anderson, no run, ooh and that's straighter, Anderson forced to play this time and he comes forward to pad it away.

65.4

Warne to Anderson, no run, short and wide, turning back into the left hander who times it off the back foot

65.5

Warne to Anderson, no run, well, a touch too wide again from Warne here - he needs to make Anderson play

65.6

Warne to Anderson, no run, "caaatch" as Anderson comes forward, hiding his bat behind the pad again and he survives the over.

England 120/9   SK Warne 29-11-42-4

67.1

Warne to Anderson, 1 run, Anderson fetches this from wide of the off stump and fetches it well, sweeping it hard in front of square, along the ground, for a single. Well batted. And that's about the most aggressive shot played by England all days

67.2

Warne to Collingwood, no run, Collingwood forward with a big stride to defend this

67.3

Warne to Collingwood, no run, flighted on middle-and-leg, Collingwood hides his bat behind the pad

67.4

Warne to Collingwood, no run, ah, well bowled - turning out of the rough on leg stump but well played from Collingwood, going right back, waiting for it and defending

67.5

Warne to Collingwood, no run, gets into a right tangle here does Collingwood, going back into his crease before trying to come forward and smother the spin

67.6

Warne to Collingwood, no run, padded away to end the over, but no run on offer

England 121/9   SK Warne 30-11-43-4

69.1

Warne to Collingwood, no run, defended solidly on the front foot

69.2

Warne to Collingwood, no run, landed on leg, padded away

69.3

Warne to Collingwood, no run, a touch straighter this time but again it's padded away

69.4

Warne to Collingwood, no run, and this is nicely flighted on leg, defended off the back foot

69.5

Warne to Collingwood, no run, too short from Warne allowing Collingwood to punch it off the back foot

69.6

Warne to Collingwood, no run, and again he comes forward, again defending solidly.

England 123/9   SK Warne 31-12-43-4

71.1

Warne to Collingwood, no run, pitches outside leg, a belated appeal from Warne and Ponting as this bobbles off his pad to silly point

71.2

Warne to Collingwood, no run, and he's trapped him lbw here surely, surely. No! Bucknor says no, and replays show it pitched outside leg. Warne can't believe it!

71.3

Warne to Collingwood, no run, padded away to silly point

71.4

Warne to Collingwood, 2 runs, but after 23 consecutive dot balls, Collingwood gets a full toss which he works through midwicket

71.5

Warne to Collingwood, no run, he's dropped him! Quicker ball outside off, Collingwood edges this to Gilchrist's right, the ball hammers into his right glove - and out again! It flies to Hayden who can't get down in time...ooh this is tense

71.6

Warne to Collingwood, FOUR, and that's four! Collingwood clips another full toss through midwicket. Barmies are going spare.

England 129/9   SK Warne 32-12-49-4
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