Home side destroy the tourists with a stunning effort on day three. Australia has crushed England on the third day of the Sydney Test match, winning the game by a staggering 281 runs.
England were blown away again by the Australian bowling attack, which earned all 10 wickets needed in a staggering 31.4 overs, as the touring line-up crumbled to an embarrassing finish to its tour.
Earlier in the day, Australia continued to roll towards victory with Mitchell Johnson getting the wicket
of Michael Carberry right after tea.
The England opener departed for 87-4 with the left-hander making a well-made 43 before
trudging back to the dressing room.
Johnson continued to wreck havoc in the England middle-order, with a ball keeping low and hitting half-way up middle stump, which spelled problems for Gary Ballance.
He was out in quick time, as the Three Lions continued their free-fall towards another
loss at 90-5.
The batting collapse continued after tea, with Nathan Lyon getting rid of Jonny Bairstow for a three ball duck.
Australia were on a roll with their opponents 91-6 with Michael Clarke then adding a sensational catch off the bowling of Lyon, as England crashed to 95-7 with Scott Borthwick out as well.
After tea, amazingly, England lost 4-8 in two overs.
However, further reinforcing his potential, Ben Stokes launched a counter-attack as he took Lyon to task several times down the ground.
Stokes went for one big shot too many as he charged Ryan Harris and only managed to
chop the ball onto his stumps, with the end being neigh for the away side.
His cameo came to an end on 32 off 16 balls as England fell to be 139-8.
Stuart Broad picked up where Stokes left off, belting several booming sixes before Harris claimed his fifth wicket for the innings, when he sent a ball crashing into the stumo.
The end is neigh for England as Boyd Rankin came out to bat in his debut, one which will be to forget and it came when an edged flew high to the slips, sparking wild celebrations from the home side, as the SCG erupted.