Ashes score: scorecard from day two of the first Test as Australia dominate England

Australia have day to remember at the Gabba. England are facing defeat in the first Ashes Test after a calamitous...

Australia have day to remember at the Gabba.

England are facing defeat in the first Ashes Test after a calamitous collapse on day two at the Gabba in Brisbane.

Villain of the piece Stuart Broad finished with 6-81 as the tourists bowled Australia out for the 224, before collapsing to a dismal 136 all out.

Only opener Michael Carberry (40) and a defiant Broad (32) offered any resistance against the devastating pace of Mitchell Johnson and Ryan Harris, and the spin of Nathan Lyons, who nearly claimed an historic hat-trick.

England lost 6 wickets for 9 runs during the second session and will now need a miracle to prevent them falling behind in the series.

Scoreboard at the close on the second day of the first Ashes Test between Australia and England at the Gabba on Friday:

Australia 1st innings (overnight 273 for 8):

Chris Rogers c Bell b Broad 1

David Warner c Pietersen b Broad 49

Shane Watson c Swann b Broad 22

Michael Clarke c Bell b Broad 1

Steve Smith c Cook b Tremlett 31

George Bailey c Cook b Anderson 3

Brad Haddin run out (Carberry) 94

Mitchell Johnson b Broad 64

Peter Siddle c Cook b Anderson 7

Ryan Harris c Prior b Broad 9

Nathan Lyon not out 1

Extras (lb11, w1, nb1) 13

Total (all out; 97.1 overs) 295

Fall of wickets: 1-12 (Rogers), 2-71 (Watson), 3-73 (Clarke), 4-83 (Warner), 5-100 (Bailey), 6-132 (Smith), 7-246 (Johnson), 8-265 (Siddle), 9-282 (Harris), 10-295 (Haddin)

Bowling: Anderson 25.1-5-67-2, Broad 24-3-81-6 (1nb, 1w), Tremlett 19-3-51-1, Swann 26-4-80-0, Root 3-1-5-0

England 1st innings:

Alastair Cook b Haddin b Harris 13

Michael Carberry c Watson b Johnson 40

Jonathan Trott c Haddin b Johnson 10

Kevin Pietersen c Bailey b Harris 18

Ian Bell c Smith b Lyon 5

Joe Root c Smith b Johnson 2

Matt Prior c Smith b Lyon 0

Stuart Broad c Rogers b Siddle 32

Graeme Swann c Bailey b Johnson 0

Chris Tremlett c Lyon b Harris 8

James Anderson not out 2

Extras (b4, lb2) 6

Total (all out; 52.4 overs) 136

Fall of wickets: 1-28 (Cook), 2-55 (Trott), 3-82 (Pietersen), 4-87 (Carberry), 5-87 (Bell), 6-87 (Prior), 7-89 (Root), 8-91 (Swann), 9-110 (Tremlett), 10-136 (Broad)

Bowling: Harris 15-5-28-3

Johnson 17-2-61-4

Siddle 11.4-3-24-1

Lyon 9-4-17-2

Australia 2nd innings:

Chris Rogers not out 15

David Warner not out 45

Extras (lb5) 5

Total (0 wkt; 22 overs) 65

Bowling: Anderson 5-1-16-0, Broad 5-1-13-0, Tremlett 4-2-8-0, Swann 6-1-22-0, Root 2-1-1-0

Toss: Australia

Umpires: Aleem Dar (PAK), Kumar Dharmasena (SRI)

TV umpire: Marais Erasmus (RSA)

Match referee: Jeff Crowe (NZL)

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