England only needed 90 minutes to bowl out Australia and win the second ashes match in Adelaide.
They bowled the home team out for 304 - winning by 71 runs.
It meant that England scored more runs batting once than their rivals could batting twice!
Captain fantastic Andrew Strauss now leads his team into the next match in Perth with a 1-0 lead in the series - and with only three games left, England will now be favourites!
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Lots of people were worried before the last day that rain could spoil the party for England.
If it had rained, they might not have had enough time to bowl out Australia and the match would have ended in a draw.
But in lovely weather Steven Finn got Aussie danger man Mike Hussey out early - and then Jimmy Anderson took two wickets in two balls!
Jimmy Anderson was a star for England
It was all possible because in the days before Kevin Pietersen smashed 227 runs and Alistair Cook scored 148, giving England an amazing start to go on and win.
That meant they went into the last day only having to take six wickets - and when they took to the field they made the win look easy.
There was some bad news for England though - bowler Stuart Broad was injured before the match and will miss the rest of the series.
But if the cracking cricketers bowl like they did yesterday, England might not be that worried in the end!