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Australia vs England, 2nd Test at Adelaide, , Dec 03 2010 - Full Scorecard

2nd Test, Adelaide, December 03 - 07, 2010, England tour of Australia
245 & 304

England won by an innings and 71 runs

Player Of The Match
227 & 1/10
Australia 1st Innings
England 1st Innings
Australia 2nd Innings
Match Flow
Australia 1st Innings 
c Pietersen b Anderson51941277154.25
run out (Trott)00200-
c Swann b Anderson012000.00
c Swann b Anderson2670033.33
c Collingwood b Swann931832998050.81
c †Prior b Finn26931004027.95
c Finn b Broad56951483158.94
lbw b Swann014000.00
run out (Strauss/Cook/†Prior)619251031.57
c Cook b Anderson321240014.28
not out 037000.00
Extras(lb 6, nb 1, w 1)8
TOTAL85.5 Ov (RR: 2.85, 377 Mins)245
Fall of wickets: 1-0 (Simon Katich, 0.4 ov), 2-0 (Ricky Ponting, 0.5 ov), 3-2 (Michael Clarke, 2.1 ov), 4-96 (Shane Watson, 28.3 ov), 5-156 (Marcus North, 54.4 ov), 6-207 (Michael Hussey, 73.3 ov), 7-207 (Ryan Harris, 73.4 ov), 8-226 (Xavier Doherty, 79.3 ov), 9-243 (Peter Siddle, 84.3 ov), 10-245 (Brad Haddin, 85.5 ov)
0.5 to RT Ponting, Anderson strikes this time! Two in two! Ponting has gone! Classic outswing bowling, full, drew Ponting into that lunged drive he can play early in his innings, nicked the edge and flew low to Swann at second slip who gleefully took the chance. 0/2
2.1 to MJ Clarke, Two for Anderson! Clarke departs! Another perfect, pitched-up outswinger, Clarke has looked all at sea and walks into a nothing drive that flicks the edge and flies to Swann again. 2/3
28.3 to SR Watson, Anderson strikes! It's all happening again early in the session! Inviting length for a drive but the line is quite far outside off, Watson goes hard at it but the hint of outswing does the business and Pietersen takes a sharp catch in the gully and punches the air in delight. 96/4
84.3 to PM Siddle, this time he's gone! Haddin's gamble doesn't come off as this is again clipped off the legs uppishly, but this time reaching Cook who pouches the chance to give Anderson his fourth. 243/9
85.5 to BJ Haddin, All over now! Broad finally gets a deserved wicket as he digs in a short ball that Haddin top-edges it sails high down to Finn on the fine leg boundary who makes no mistake. 245/10
54.4 to MJ North, Finn strikes! North is caught behind! What was he trying to do here? A shot of some sort was on, there was width on offer, but he pushed limply at it - barely moving his feet - to send a thin edge through to Prior. 156/5
73.3 to MEK Hussey, he's gone! Hussey is gone in the 90s, and Swann has finally spun one appreciably! Hussey was forward and across, leaning into a drive, and the ball took a thick edge to land in Collingwood's lap at slip. 207/6
73.4 to RJ Harris, Huge appeal for lbw, Harris is totally done in the flight and the ball thumps into the back pad. He wasn't too far forward, the umpire raises the finger but Harris asks for the review. Has he hit that? Is it missing leg? Nope, he's given out!. 207/7
England 1st Innings 
b Bollinger1340033.33
c †Haddin b Harris14826942818055.01
c Clarke b Harris7814421311054.16
c Katich b Doherty22730842833173.70
lbw b Watson4270925060.00
not out 68971518170.10
not out 27212520128.57
Extras(b 8, lb 13, w 8)29
TOTAL152 Ov (RR: 4.07, 673 Mins)620/5d
Fall of wickets: 1-3 (Andrew Strauss, 1.3 ov), 2-176 (Jonathan Trott, 48.3 ov), 3-351 (Alastair Cook, 96.4 ov), 4-452 (Paul Collingwood, 117.4 ov), 5-568 (Kevin Pietersen, 146.2 ov)
48.3 to IJL Trott, Harris strikes! He really deserved that! Slightly slower ball perhaps that Trott flicked uppishly to short midwicket where Clarke held on to a good catch. 176/2
96.4 to AN Cook, Alastair Cook is out! Finally. Harris deserved that, sharp ball on a good length, Cook was back when he should have been forward and it came back between bat and pad, clipping a faint inside edge and Haddin took a good catch diving to his right. 351/3
1.3 to AJ Strauss, he's gone! Bollinger strikes straight away, a mis-judged leave from Strauss, and the off bail has been removed. The ball didn't do much - in fact it never deviated off the straight - and Strauss just shouldered arms ... hard to fathom, but perhaps he was looking to leave on length?. 3/1
117.4 to PD Collingwood, Watson strikes! Believe it or not. Good delivery, just nipped back a fraction, Collingwood was hanging back when he should have been forward and it trapped him in front. No question of reviewing that. 452/4
146.2 to KP Pietersen, all over! Pietersen falls to left-arm spin again. But not before he'd made 227. Doherty finally tosses up a really slow, widish one outside off, Pietersen aims another almighty heave but it spins away, comes off the toe-end and goes very gently to slip. 568/5
Australia 2nd Innings 
c Strauss b Finn5714117410040.42
c †Prior b Swann43851086050.58
c Collingwood b Swann919212047.36
c Cook b Pietersen8013917011057.55
c Anderson b Finn521071545148.59
lbw b Swann2235563062.85
c †Prior b Anderson1221242057.14
lbw b Anderson011000.00
b Swann59171055.55
b Swann622281027.27
not out 716141043.75
Extras(b 5, lb 1, w 5)11
TOTAL99.1 Ov (RR: 3.06, 392 Mins)304
Fall of wickets: 1-84 (Simon Katich, 29.2 ov), 2-98 (Ricky Ponting, 35.2 ov), 3-134 (Shane Watson, 46.2 ov), 4-238 (Michael Clarke, 79.2 ov), 5-261 (Michael Hussey, 85.2 ov), 6-286 (Brad Haddin, 90.5 ov), 7-286 (Ryan Harris, 90.6 ov), 8-286 (Marcus North, 91.2 ov), 9-295 (Xavier Doherty, 95.1 ov), 10-304 (Peter Siddle, 99.1 ov)
90.5 to BJ Haddin, Anderson gets his man! Finally this is full enough to drag Haddin forward, the full length means the ball can swing and nibble off the pitch, flicks a faint edge as Haddin aims a drive and Prior does the rest. England are through to the tail now!. 286/6
90.6 to RJ Harris, gone! King pair for Harris! Anderson aimed the inswinger at a full length, Harris left alone and it crashed into the front pad bang in front. Harris reviewed but it only confirms the worst. Harris becomes only the second Australian ever to bag a king pair.. 286/7
29.2 to SM Katich, gone! Caught behind! That probing off-stump line and sharp spin has done for Katich. England went up in unison as soon as the ball exploded past the bat ... there's a short pause and the umpire raises the finger. Katich doesn't bother calling for a review, he must've hit it. Although replays suggest that if he did, it was a very fine edge. 84/1
35.2 to RT Ponting, Ponting falls! Pushing with no great certainty and a delivery that didn't turn nearly as much as the last one, the ball takes a healthy edge and flies to slip, who holds a great, low catch. Ponting stands at the wicket for several moments, he's bitterly disappointed and can barely drag himself off. 98/2
91.2 to MJ North, another massive appeal from England as North played around his front pad and was struck in front. Given not out initially but England reviewed, North got a big stride in as he thrust bat and pad together, it hit pad first, in front and Hawk Eye confirms it hitting! North gone and Australia have crumbled here this morning. 286/8
95.1 to XJ Doherty, Swann gets another one! Doherty is bowled, top of middle. He played forward, but positioned himself for extravagant turn when there was none. The ball snuck through the gap between bat and pad and clattered into the stumps. Australia nine down now, England are very, very close. 295/9
99.1 to PM Siddle, there it is! Classic offspinner's dismissal, drawing him forward and spinning back sharply from outside off to fizz through bat and pad and clatter into off stump. 304/10
46.2 to SR Watson, the patience works for Finn! He's been so steady outside off stump, nibbling the odd one away, Watson had left so well this innings but can't resist a hard-handed block at this, just flicks the outside edge and goes low to Strauss who holds on to a good catch. 134/3
85.2 to MEK Hussey, Finn strikes! The big wicket of Hussey! Banged in short from around the wicket, Hussey tried to fetch the pull shot from around off stump but it nipped back and tucked him up, could only top-edge and send it looping to Anderson at mid-on who took the chance and roared in the direction of the Barmy Army. 261/5
79.2 to MJ Clarke, Pietersen has the breakthrough! Huge wicket! It spun in sharply from outside off and Clarke got into a tangle as he tried to turn this to leg. It came via a thick inside edge on to the thigh and ballooned to Cook at short leg. Clarke set off until he realised there was no decision made by the umpire, England had to review straight away and it proved the significant inside edge.. 238/4
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Fri, 03 Dec - day 1 - England 1st innings 1/0 (Andrew Strauss 0*, Alastair Cook 0*, 1 ov)
Sat, 04 Dec - day 2 - England 1st innings 317/2 (Alastair Cook 136*, Kevin Pietersen 85*, 89 ov)
Sun, 05 Dec - day 3 - England 1st innings 551/4 (Kevin Pietersen 213*, Ian Bell 41*, 143 ov)
Mon, 06 Dec - day 4 - Australia 2nd innings 238/4 (Michael Hussey 44*, 79.2 ov)
Tue, 07 Dec - day 5 - Australia 2nd innings 304 (99.1 ov) - end of match
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Day 2
Day 3
Day 4
Day 5
  • Over 82.1: Review by England (Bowling), Umpire - M Erasmus, Batsman - MJ North (Struck down)
  • MEK Hussey: 50 off 98 balls (5 x 4, 1 x 6)
  • Australia: 250 runs in 83.1 overs (499 balls), Extras 5
  • New Ball Taken: Australia 252/4 after 83.2 overs (MEK Hussey 50, MJ North 8)
  • Drinks: Australia - 286/6 in 90.5 overs (MJ North 22)
  • Over 90.6: Review by Australia (Batting), Umpire - M Erasmus, Batsman - RJ Harris (Struck down)
  • Over 91.2: Review by England (Bowling), Umpire - AL Hill, Batsman - MJ North (Upheld)
  • Australia: 300 runs in 97.4 overs (586 balls), Extras 11
  • Attendance: 8,626
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TossAustralia, elected to bat first
Player Of The Match
Series resultEngland led the 5-match series 1-0
Match numberTest no. 1983
Hours of play (local time)10.00am start, Lunch 12.30-13.10, Tea 15.10-15.30, Close 17.30
Match days3,4,5,6,7 December 2010 - day (5-day match)
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