Adelaide in 10 photos
England disappointed once again in the second Test, despite moments of optimism. These ten photos encapsulate the roller-coaster match that saw Australia go 2-0 up.
Cook takes one in the face
Alastair Cook has his sunglasses brutally dismantled whilst attempting to head the ball in a warm-up for England.
Woakes on target
Chris Woakes runs out Cameron Bancroft with a direct hit to take the opening wicket of the game, invigorating England.
Overton's dream debut wicket
Craig Overton celebrates his first Test wicket on his debut. It happens to be the best Test batsman in the world, as he clean bowls Steve Smith for 40.
Broad gives Handscombe an ear-full
Stuart Broad traps Peter Handscomb lbw and celebrates in true Ashes style. The atmosphere continues to be hostile and intense, as Australia declare on 442-8.
On day two, Shaun Marsh celebrates a wonderful unbeaten 126 which hauls Australia from an average total to a challenging one. A priceless contribution from the 34 year old.
Nathan Lyon completes a magnificent caught and bowled to dismiss Moeen Ali, shortly before repeating the antics against Jonny Bairstow. England pegged down on day 3 and all out for 227.
Anderson fires England back into contention and records his first five-for in Australia. With the help of Woakes, 4-36, Australia were skittled for 138, with Anderson finishing with tidy figures of 5-43. England were set 354 to win.
Hazlewood gets to the Root of the problem
England resumed play on day five at 176-4. Hazlewood grabs the most important wicket of the game as Joe Root is caught behind for 67.
Nathan Lyon almost loses his balance as his passionate celebrations virtually defy the law of physics. Moeen Ali is his victim, again, and England slump to 188-7 on the final day.
Starc nabs Bairstow
Starc cleans up Jonny Bairstow to wrap-up the Test match, as the middle stump goes flying. Job almost done for Australia; it’s a long way back for England in this series.