England finally played some great cricket in the second Ashes series of 2013 as they put Australia to the sword with an inspired bowling display on Day 2 of the Fourth Test.
Only Chris Rogers and Brad Haddin put together respectable totals, with Aussie captain Michael Clarke’s traditional struggles at the MCG again highlighted with a poor 10 runs as the hosts finished the day’s play on 164-2 – 91 runs behind England’s score of 255 all out.
James Anderson and Stuart Broad got three wickets each for England, with Tim Bresnan grabbing two and Ben Stokes one. Meanwhile, Jonny Bairstow made three catches in his first appearance as wicketkeeper.
Watch video highlights of England’s best day of the Ashes so far against Australia below.