Stuart Broad was delighted with England's position after his 5-37 helped to bowl out Australia for 160 on day two of the deciding Ashes Test.
Graeme Swann took 4-38 and England, who must win to regain the Ashes, reached 58-3 at stumps for a 230-run lead.
"We bowled well as a unit. We talked about putting pressure on together and it proved my day as well as Graeme's.
"To have bowled them out for 160 and have a chance to get a great lead is a great opportunity," said Broad.
The Nottinghamshire paceman struck with his sixth delivery and bowled a devastating spell of 12 consecutive overs to snatch the initiative back from Australia after the tourists had moved to 73-0 in reply to England's first innings 332.
"It was nice to get a wicket first over, we talked about bowling a bit straighter on this wicket because it's a little bit two-paced and we wanted to bring the stumps into play," he said.
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