eased away down to third man and that's the end - Australia bossing that match
So the Twenty20 has gone the way of Australia's Ashes campaign - total and utter dominance from the home side, abject humiliation for the visitors. The victory makes it played five, won three for Australia in this form of the game. And now they've put down a marker for the one-day series with England and New Zealand. The positives for England are that Vaughan's comeback was a pretty decent one for him and the sprightly youngster Nixon, 36, looks a real find. The teams line up now to shake hands, Flintoff trying to suppress a smile at the sheer hopelessness of it all. But the real smiles are on the faces of the Australian players - they may have dismissed this as a bit of fun, but tonight they had a lot of fun. Thanks for joining us today - do join us again for the one-day series which gets underway on Friday, when these two teams meet again, this time at the MCG.
pitched up there, dug out, and driven to mid-off
a one-bounce four, lovely shot for what it's worth - aerial straight drive
"Incidentally," begins Andrew, "you'll be delighted to know that the toenail I stubbed in Brisbane is about to come off." How can he think of toenails at such a tense time?
Bouncer, Panesar misses out and tries to get the bye after Nixon's call for the strike, but he's run out easily at the non-striker's end
Nixon and Panesar meet in the middle, punching gloves
short and wide full bunger, driven to mid-off
swung away into the leg-side and that's the first six of the innings
clipped on the leg-side but with not enough power to reach Symonds, the man in the deep
wide and Nixon tries to cut that off the back foot, too late on the shot
on the leg-side and that's swept behind square - huge cheers
Huge roars for Panesar
comes down the wicket, and Lewis takes a big whoosh at that one, gets a fine edge and Gilchrist takes it cleanly, whipping the bails off for good measure
stifled this time
short, and that's whipped off the back foot to cover
driven to a straight long-off position
leg-side wide this time
The fans are leaving in numbers here...
very, very plumb. Reverse sweep, and that one keeps low. Dalrymple isn't amused, but he's out - plum duff, really
goes for the reverse sweep
slower one, on leg, and there's a chance for a run-out at the stumps, which misses, and there's an overthrow
drives into his feet
quicker one at 65mpph (106kmh), low full toss and the batsman rushes at that one, and misses