In the fifth episode of Ashes to Ashes, former England wicket-keeper Geraint Jones and ‘Mr Cricket’, Australia’s Michael Hussey, look back at the incredible second Test in Adelaide from the 2006-07 series and the unlikeliest of wins.
England recovered strongly from defeat in the opening Test, declaring on 551/6 after a double hundred from Paul Collingwood and 158 from Kevin Pietersen.
But after Australia replied with 513, England collapsed in the second innings - losing their last nine wickets for 60 runs, and allowing the hosts to knock off 168 runs in quick time to take a 2-0 lead.
Here, Hussey recalls the team talk from captain Ricky Ponting that injected Australia with belief they could win, while Jones dissects where it all went wrong on the final day in a Test that paved the way for an Australia whitewash.
Narrated by Chief Sports Writer Paul Hayward, and introduced by Cricket Correspondent Scyld Berry with commentary provided by Sky Sports.
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