Result
2nd Test, Adelaide, Dec 3-7 2010, England tour of Australia
(99.1 ov)
245 & 304
620/5d
England won by an innings and 71 runs
Player Of The Match
Day 5
Lunch-time discussion
2yESPNcricinfo staff
Marcus North prods forward and England appeal for lbw
Swann wins his battles against lefties
2yS Rajesh
Andrew Strauss and Ricky Ponting after the match
England learn from the ghost of Adelaide past
1yAndrew Miller at Adelaide Oval
Ricky Ponting answers questions after Australia's loss
It's all slipping away from Ponting
1yPeter English at Adelaide Oval
Marcus North prods forward and England appeal for lbw
Australian selectors face tough calls
2yPeter English at Adelaide Oval
Stuart Broad was ruled out of England's Ashes tour by a torn abdominal muscle
Injured Broad out of tour
1yAndrew Miller in Adelaide
Simon Katich hobbles through for a run, struggling with an Achilles tendon injury
Injured Katich ruled out of series
1yPeter English at Adelaide Oval
James Anderson roared in celebration towards the England supporters after catching Michael Hussey
Harris finds a home in the record books
1yAndrew Miller and Peter English at Adelaide
James Anderson and Steven Finn celebrate combining to remove Michael Hussey
Swann bowls England to innings victory
2yThe Bulletin by Brydon Coverdale
Day 4
Graeme Swann is congratulated after removing Simon Katich
Swann at ease with expectation
1yAndrew Miller at Adelaide
The rain closes in at Adelaide Oval
Hussey looks to the skies
1yAndrew Miller at Adelaide
Simon Katich hobbles through for a run, struggling with an Achilles tendon injury
Katich waits on injury
1yPeter English at Adelaide
Mike Hussey had a few nervous moments but played well again
Clarke apologises and feels 'distraught'
1yPeter English at Adelaide
Michael Clarke was tested by the short ball early in his innings
Clarke reasserts his credentials
1yPeter English at Adelaide
Michael Clarke crunches one through the off side
Clarke fights, then falls, as England eye victory
1yThe Bulletin by Brydon Coverdale
Kevin Pietersen edges to slip
Warne arrives before Doherty gets his man
1yAndrew Miller and Peter English at Adelaide
'Can't see Australia winning a Test'
2yESPNcricinfo staff
Day 3
There was plenty for the England supporters to cheer
Anything but the cricket
2yPeter English at Adelaide
Kevin Pietersen goes over the top
The showman returns as he always promised
1yAndrew Miller at Adelaide
Kevin Pietersen celebrates his first Test century in 18 months
Pietersen confident of dodging the rain
1yAndrew Miller at Adelaide
Kevin Pietersen lets out a roar after reaching his first Test hundred for almost two years
KP's drought ends with a flood of runs
1yAndrew Miller and Peter English at Adelaide
Shane Watson trapped Paul Collingwood lbw for 42
Australia feeling hurt - Watson
1yPeter English at Adelaide
Kevin Pietersen goes over the top
Pietersen double-ton adds to Australia's pain
1yThe Bulletin by Brydon Coverdale
Day 2
Australia have no attack leader - Chappell
1yAndrew Miller at Adelaide
Alastair Cook drives on the second day at Adelaide
Cook pushes hosts to melting point
1yAndrew Miller at Adelaide
Doug Bollinger leaps for joy after bowling Andrew Strauss
'We're not at our perky best' - Haddin
1yPeter English at Adelaide
It was hard work for Australia's bowlers on the second afternoon at Adelaide
New faces but same problems for Australia
1yPeter English
Andrew Strauss is bowled after leaving a ball from Doug Bollinger
Generous leaves and Doug's near miss
1yAndrew Miller and Peter English at Adelaide
Alastair Cook celebrates his second century of the series
Another Cook hundred gives England total control
1yThe Bulletin by Brydon Coverdale
Day 1
Out of the shadows: James Anderson is now an outstanding quick bowler
Leader Anderson gets his rewards
1yAndrew Miller at Adelaide
Michael Hussey was in prime form as he tried to rescue Australia with a positive half-century
Rushed Hussey remains upbeat
1yPeter English at Adelaide
Ricky Ponting lasted one ball on the opening day
Australia's trouble at the top
1yPeter English at Adelaide
James Anderson had a day to remember with four wickets
Anderson bowls England in to powerful position
1yThe Bulletin by Brydon Coverdale
Steven Finn had Marcus North caught behind just before tea for his first wicket
Rough diamond for Katich, golden day for England
1yAndrew Miller and Peter English in Adelaide
Ryan Harris called for a review immediately after being given out lbw
Burn, burn, burn
1yScott Lennard
'Strange decision to drop Hilfenhaus'
2yESPNcricinfo staff
Others
Peter Siddle tested Kevin Pietersen early on
Pietersen's hour
1yMartin Crowe
Ricky Ponting applauds as Sachin Tendulkar is adjudged Man of the Match
Has Broad done a Pidge?
2yAlan Tyers and Jarrod Kimber
Monty Panesar roars his anguish as another appeal is turned down
The might of the melting pot
2yPeter Roebuck
Marcus North edged Graeme Swann to slip
North's form has gone south
2yIan Chappell
Tim Nielsen answers questions from the media
Australia collapsed for the sake of cricket
2yAlan Tyers and Jarrod Kimber
Andrew Strauss was in fine form in the second innings at Brisbane
Visitors aim to banish Adelaide nightmare
1yAndrew Miller
Ryan Harris runs in to bowl at Australia's net session
Hilfenhaus set to miss second Test
1yAndrew Miller in Adelaide
Kevin Pietersen at England's training session
Pietersen escapes punishment over Twitter tirade
1yPeter English in Adelaide
Mitchell Johnson at Australia's training session
'I need to get my head straight' - Johnson
1yPeter English in Adelaide