Player of the Match
Player of the Match
  • BATSMEN
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    4s
    6s
    SR
    14.5 here's the breakthrough, and you have to say that was coming. Full again, a big mow from Watson, and Wright at short cover has a catch for the cameras as he goes airborne to take a comfortable two-handed pluck. 62/1
    15.6 and that's the second wicket! More frustration from Australia, a touch short but Paine got completely underneath an attempted flick, and scooped a steepler to Eoin Morgan on the deep midwicket fence. A well-judged take, and England are in business 64/2
    33.1 Got 'im! First ball, outside off, a decent line and length, and White is drawn into an attempted glide to third man. But his edge is just too thin, and Prior gathers well behind the stumps 142/4
    19.1 bouncer, and Clarke is utterly nailed by that one. A loose swish of the blade, a thin edge, and an easy catch for Prior. Excellent change of approach from Wright, and he's made a vital breakthrough 73/3
    44.4 too straight for that leg-side flip! Anderson fires it in straight; Ferguson tries to whack him over the leg side and is cleaned up 201/7
    36.6 bowled him! Fine ball but average shot. Hussey's off stump has been a target all summer, and that one just tweaked enough to peg it back. He was playing all down the wrong line there 155/5
    11
    19
    17
    1
    0
    57.89
    42.1 and after a long delay, Gould raises his finger. Quicker ball, he went for a sweep but was trapped dead in front of middle 179/6
    not out
    43
    23
    38
    5
    0
    186.95
    45.4 smashed to Shah at extra cover who didn't need to move. No more need be said 208/8
    not out
    10
    13
    18
    0
    0
    76.92
    Extras
    16 (lb 8, w 8)
    TOTAL
    249/8 (50 Overs, RR: 4.98)
    Did not bat: NW Bracken
    Fall of wickets: 1-62 (SR Watson, 14.5 ov), 2-64 (TD Paine, 15.6 ov), 3-73 (MJ Clarke, 19.1 ov), 4-142 (CL White, 33.1 ov), 5-155 (MEK Hussey, 36.6 ov), 6-179 (JR Hopes, 42.1 ov), 7-201 (CJ Ferguson, 44.4 ov), 8-208 (B Lee, 45.4 ov)
    BowlingOMRWEcon0s4s6sWDNB
    JM Anderson905716.33298040
    RJ Sidebottom904515.00293010
    TT Bresnan702513.57241010
    LJ Wright1005225.20336010
    PD Collingwood401904.75112000
    GP Swann803123.87252000
    RS Bopara301214.0060000
  • BATSMEN
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    17.5 got him! Australia have three as Strauss tried to turn it to leg, but was squared up - it gripped on the surface - and spooned it back to the bowler 85/3
    14.5 he's got him and Watson's over the moon! Bopara walked across his stumps and tried to work it through midwicket but that's taking out middle-and-leg 74/1
    16.2 terrible shot by Prior. A loose flap outside off, on the up, and he gets a thin edge through to Paine 76/2
    19.6 Shah? Involved in another run-out? Never! Cut out to the off side, Collingwood calls him through but Shah stuttered. His stutter caused Collingwood to stutter, and after another stutter Shah got his skates on but it was much too late 97/4
    56
    84
    131
    3
    0
    66.66
    46.1 and that is the end of that. Fast, full, unstoppable. Paul Collingwood's valiant innings comes to an end via the thinnest of toe-ends onto leg stump, and Australia are 2-0 up! 210/10
    26.4 and there it is! Well, that was coming in that over. Morgan was tied down, and then beaten by a fuller length, slightly straighter, and nailed in front of off as he attempted to work across the line 129/5
    32.3 gone! England in trouble now! 93mph outside off, and it lifted a touch more than Wright thought as he flashed hard but got the thinnest of edges through to Paine 157/6
    36.4 very poor shot from Bresnan. Short of a length and angled across him, with no feet movement he threw his hands at it in an attempted cut and got a thick edge to Paine 168/7
    14
    22
    25
    0
    0
    63.63
    43.3 dirty stroke, and that's a waste I'm afraid. Full and straight, a slower ball, and Swann's stumps are splattered as he tries a slog sweep 204/8
    43.5 full and angling in, Sidebottom is beaten all ends up, and now Australia are circling for the kill 204/9
    not out
    0
    5
    12
    0
    0
    0.00
    Extras
    14 (b 5, lb 2, nb 1, w 6)
    TOTAL
    210 all out (46.1 Overs, RR: 4.54)
    Fall of wickets: 1-74 (RS Bopara, 14.5 ov), 2-76 (MJ Prior, 16.2 ov), 3-85 (AJ Strauss, 17.5 ov), 4-97 (OA Shah, 19.6 ov), 5-129 (EJG Morgan, 26.4 ov), 6-157 (LJ Wright, 32.3 ov), 7-168 (TT Bresnan, 36.4 ov), 8-204 (GP Swann, 43.3 ov), 9-204 (RJ Sidebottom, 43.5 ov), 10-210 (PD Collingwood, 46.1 ov)
    BowlingOMRWEcon0s4s6sWDNB
    B Lee8.102222.69330011
    NW Bracken1013723.70404010
    MG Johnson915025.55214010
    JR Hopes302207.3394010
    NM Hauritz904615.11234020
    SR Watson712623.71273000

Match Notes

  • England's batsmen not learning

    It was groundhog day for Andrew Strauss. Another far from daunting one-day chase was scuppered as England's top order handed their wickets to Australia and this time there was no lower-order rally to get the scoreline close

  • Johnson banishes Lord's nightmare

    The last time Mitchell Johnson left Lord's his place in the team was in the balance. He had just produced a horrific display as England went 1-0 up in the Ashes and his confidence looked shot to pieces

  • All-round Johnson condemns England to defeat

    Already, two matches into this series, a pattern is developing as Australia claimed a 2-0 lead with 39-run victory at Lord's

  • South Africa our benchmark - Hopes

    It's a sign of the times when Australia are looking at other teams as the benchmark for success

  • Rashid's Australian connection

    There is a strong Australian connection to Adil Rashid's progression into international cricket

England 2nd innings Partnerships

WktRunsPlayers
1st74AJ StraussRS Bopara
2nd2AJ StraussMJ Prior
3rd9OA ShahAJ Strauss
4th12PD CollingwoodOA Shah
5th32PD CollingwoodEJG Morgan
6th28PD CollingwoodLJ Wright
7th11PD CollingwoodTT Bresnan
8th36PD CollingwoodGP Swann
9th0PD CollingwoodRJ Sidebottom
10th6PD CollingwoodJM Anderson