Result
4th Test, Leeds, Aug 7-9 2009, Australia tour of England and Scotland
(61.3 ov)
102 & 263
445
Australia won by an innings and 80 runs
Player Of The Match
Australia
Day 3
Stuart Broad powers one down the ground
Stuart vs Stuart
2yPeter English at Headingley
Mitchell Johnson had Graeme Swann caught behind
The Australian way begins to succeed
2yPeter English at Headingley
Ricky Ponting finally had plenty to smile about
Ponting ready for 2005 revenge
1yAlex Brown at Headingley
Andrew Strauss ponders where it all went wrong
Never in the game
1yAndrew Miller at Headingley
Mark Ramprakash filled his boots again
Desperate times, desperate measures?
2yAndrew Miller at Headingley
Fourth Test, Day 3
2y
Andrew Flintoff receives more knee treatment
The Flintoff conundrum
1yPeter English at Headingley
Stuart Broad powers one down the ground
Australia level with crushing win
1yThe Bulletin by Andrew Miller at Headingley
Day 2
James Anderson and Shane Watson resume their contest
Langer 'shattered' by leaked dossier
1yAlex Brown at Headingley
Marcus North reached his century with a six
Woeful England heading for a new low
1yAndrew Miller at Headingley
Michael Clarke drives during his innings of 93
Clarke needs a promotion
1yPeter English at Headingley
Marcus North celebrates his 100
North savours special hundred
1yPeter English at Headingley
Fourth Test, Day 2
2y
McDonald to return home temporarily
2yCricinfo staff
Stuart Broad bowled Peter Siddle
Broad stands amid the wreckage
1yAlex Brown at Headingley
Mitchell Johnson had Ian Bell caught at slip
The real Mitchell Johnson
1yAlex Brown at Headingley
Stuart Broad bowled Peter Siddle
Silencing Stuart
1yPeter English at Headingley
Ben Hilfenhaus trapped Andrew Strauss lbw
Rampant Australia on course for huge win
1yThe Bulletin by Andrew Miller at Headingley
Day 1
Matt Prior top-scored for England with 37
Prior promises England fight
1yAndrew Miller at Headingley
Peter Siddle ran through England with 5 for 21
Sid finds his vicious streak
1yPeter English at Headingley
Stuart Clark took three wickets before lunch
Clark shines on comeback, but Harmison doesn't
1yAlex Brown at Headingley
Stuart Clark made a major impact on his return to the side
Clark feared for his Australia future
1yAlex Brown at Headingley
All eyes were on Matt Prior this morning after his back spasm
An alarming day for England
1yAlex Brown at Headingley
Ricky Ponting was booed by the Headingley crowd
Headingley crowd jeers and cheers Ponting
2yPeter English at Headingley
Fourth Test, Day 1
2y
Marcus North's superb one-handed catch to send Andrew Strauss back to the pavilion
Dominant Australia take control
2yThe Bulletin by Andrew Miller at Headingley
Others
Ricky Ponting with his daughter
Bruises and babies
1yPhilip Brown
Ben Hilfenhaus celebrates as Australia move closer to victory
Pace battery will win it for Australia
2yJason Gillespie
Mitchell Johnson appeals against Graeme Swann
Play Johnson, rest Hussey
2yPeter English
Mitchell Johnson appeals against Graeme Swann
Johnson rediscovers himself
1yPeter English
Andy Flower chats with Andrew Flintoff during training
Flintoff to play Ashes decider
1yAndrew Miller
Ravi Bopara is trapped lbw first ball
Flower hits out at middle order
1yAndrew Miller
Ricky Ponting was hit on the wrist by James Anderson
Ponting's was the innings that mattered
1ySambit Bal
England defeat proves costly for Leeds
2yCricinfo staff
Andy Flower chats with Andrew Flintoff during training
Flintoff was fit for Headingley, says agent
1yCricinfo staff
Ravi Bopara is trapped lbw first ball
Bopara feeling the pressure
1yCricinfo staff
Seamers aim to cash in
2ySiddhartha Talya
Stuart Clark with a football
Clark desperate to play
1yAlex Brown at Headingley
Brett Lee continues his rehabilitation from a side injury
Australia opt for pace barrage
2yAlex Brown and Peter English
Will he, won't he: once again all eyes are on Andrew Flintoff's knee
Pressure grows as urn comes into view
1yAlex Brown at Headingley
Dropped: Phillip Hughes watches on from the sidelines
Hughes stays positive despite axing
1yCricinfo staff
Stuart Clark is congratulated on sending back Robin Martin-Jenkins
Australia need Clark's control
1yJason Gillespie
Brad Haddin with the gloves back on after his finger injury
Haddin confident of Leeds return
1yAlex Brown
Michael Clarke's century eased Australia through the day
Clarke being treated for stomach strain
1yPeter English
Ryan Sidebottom bends his back
Sidebottom in the frame for Headingley
1yAndrew Miller