BBC Sport's cricket analyst Simon Hughes looks in detail at how "loose" and "lazy" shots from the Australia batsmen gave England a way back into the second Ashes Test in Adelaide.
With the help of Hawk-Eye, Hughes explains how a "half-hearted" cut shot from Australian opener Chris Rogers helped turn the hosts' score from 155-1 to 155-3, and put them under pressure.
England were left to rue a number of dropped catches as Australia recovered to end the first day on 273-5, with captain Michael Clarke still at the crease on 48 not out.
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