We look back how day two of the opening Ashes Test was turned on its head, with six quick wickets.
Last Updated: 22/11/13 9:28am
England had seemed well placed as they reached 82-2 in reply to Australia's 295 all out.
However a spell of six wickets for nine runs well and truly handed the initiative back to the hosts in Brisbane.
And here is how the Aussies turned the game on its head...
1.42pm (local time) - 82-3
Kevin Pietersen had come through a barrage of early bouncers from Mitchell Johnson, only to clip Ryan Harris to midwicket for a tame end to his first innings in his 100th Test.
2.09pm - 87-4
Michael Carberry's patient vigil foundered on Johnson's pace and bounce from round the wicket as he fended a catch to second slip.
2.15pm - 87-5
Ian Bell's was a soft dismissal for a batsman of his undoubted world class as he became the first of Nathan Lyon's victims snaffled at short-leg.
2.18pm - 87-6
Matt Prior fell for his second golden duck at this venue in consecutive innings - three years apart. He edged Lyon on to his thigh-pad and into the hands of a jubilant short-leg. Aleem Dar did not detect the edge, but DRS did.
2.25pm - 89-7
Joe Root had no answer to England's troubles, steering an attempted drive into the slips off Johnson.
2.35pm - 91-8
Graeme Swann's departure just before tea - caught bat-pad off Johnson - meant England were struggling even to avoid the follow-on.
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