Second Test: Swann bags fifer as England dominate Day 2
England were 31 for three in their second innings, a lead of 264 runs, at the close of the second day of the second Test against Australia at Lord's. Ryan Harris and Graeme Swann bagged a five-wicket haul each.
Ryan Harris (5/72) has produced his third instance of five wickets or more in an innings - the first two were 6 for 47 vs England at Perth in 2010-11 and five for 62 vs Sri Lanka at Galle in 2011. (All AP and AFP images)
Stuart Broad and Graeme Swann were associated in a 48-run partnership - England's highest tenth-wicket record vs Australia at Lord's, surpassing the 47 between James Anderson and Graham Onions in July 2009.
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron was seen enjoying second day's play at Lord's.
Tim Bresnan drew first blood in Australia's innings when he got rid of Shane Watson at the stroke of lunch on Day. Bresnan finished with 2/28
Australia great Shane Warne was inducted into the International Cricket Council Hall of Fame at Lord's. The leg-spin legend received the honour during the tea interval.
Graeme Swann bagged his 16th fifer (5/44) to record his best bowling performance vs Australia in Tests, obliterating the five for 91 at Adelaide in December 2010.
Of his sixteen instances of five wickets or more in an innings, Swann has accomplished the feat six times in 29 Tests in England and ten times in 25 Tests away from home.
Peter Siddle picked up all the three wickets in England's second innings.