August 22, 2015, 9:29 AM IST
Australia were on course for a consolation victory in the fifth Ashes Test after reducing England to 107 for 8 in 40 overs on Day 2, with another batting collapse in a wildly unpredictable series.
Steven Smith's 143 his 11th test century underpinned Australia's first-innings total of 481 before the tourists' bowlers ripped through the England batting lineup.
Mitchell Starc also scored a gritty 58 off 52 balls to set up Australia's massive score.
In reply, Alastair Cook (22) was bowled by a beauty from offspinner Nathan Lyon off the last ball before tea.
Adam Lyth's dismissal for 19 sparked a collapse from 46 for 1 to 92 for 8 in just 23 overs.
Mitchell Marsh took 3 for 18 in just 7 overs to spark England's collapse.
Peter Siddle's first bowl of the series returned the paceman figures of 2-18.