The Ashes: England thrash Australia by 347 runs at Lord's
England beat Australia by a 347 runs at Lord's to take a 2-0 lead. Joe Root starred with the bat, scoring 180 while Graeme Swann bagged 9 wickets in the match.
England thrashed Australia by 347 runs to win the second Ashes Test at Lord's on Sunday with more than a day to spare. (All AFP and AP images)
Chris Rogers failed yet again and scored just 6 runs before falling to Graeme Swann.
Usman Khawaja notched up his second half-century, before being dismissed for 54 - highest score by an Australian in this match.
Skipper Michael Clarke scored a fighting 51 but fell just before tea. He scored his 27th fifty.
After showing his class with the bat, Joe Root starred with the ball as he removed Michael Clarke and Usman Khawaja just before tea to push Australia towards further disarray.
Peter Siddle scored a fighting 18 before he was bowled by James Anderson's off-cutter.
James Pattinson (35) was the last wicket to fall. Last-wicket pair of Pattinson and Ryan Harris held firm for more than an hour, with England claiming the extra half hour. England were all out for 235 runs.