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Last Updated: Sunday, 10 July 2005, 09:34 GMT 10:34 UK
England v Australia photos

Lord's is silent in respect for the victims of the terrorist attacks in London during the week

Before play gets underway both teams observe a minute's silence for the victims of the bombs in London

Strauss ducks a Brett Lee bouncer but is soon out to another Australian bowler Michael Kasprowicz

Australia strike early on as England opener Andrew Strauss plays on [11] to Michael Kasprowicz's first ball

Australia mob Glenn McGrath as he gets the second wicket of the morning

Glenn McGrath gets in on the action as he traps England captain Michael Vaughan LBW for just one run

Pietersen plays on to his stumps as fast bowler Brett Lee celebrates his first wicket of the day

Kevin Pietersen hits some glorious shots before becoming the fourth England batsman out with the score on 45

Andrew Flintoff passes Trescothick on his way in to bat

All-rounder Andrew Flintoff comes to England's rescue and soon reaches 50 from 82 balls to take the score to 131-4

Flintoff hits a huge six to bring up England's 100 but his team are still in trouble

Flintoff is out for 87 runs [112 balls] as England finish on 223-8 and Brett Lee's figures are an impressive 5-41

Lee thanks Ricky Ponting for an amazing catch to dismiss Giles for the bowler's fifth wicket

Lee takes the best one-day figures for an Australian at Lord's with his fourth ODI five-wicket haul to restrict England

Gough has a bad start as he concedes 11 runs and has a wicket ruled out

Darren Gough opens England's bowling attack but concedes 11 runs and bowls Adam Gilchrist with a no-ball

Flintoff is congratulated as he gets the wickets England need

England make a breakthrough as Flintoff gets Adam Gilchrist [29] out caught behind but the tourists are in control

Katich looks in good form before getting out to Ashley Giles

Simon Katich is the next Australian out [30] but Australia still look good with 96 runs on the board from 21 overs

Ponting has fun in the summer sun as he hits another ball to the boundary

England are put to the sword by Ricky Ponting as he hits form and gets 103 runs from 105 balls for his 18th ODI hundred

Damien Martyn sees Australia home with plenty to spare

Ponting finally falls for 111, but Damien Martyn sees Australia home with plenty to spare to set up Tuesday's decider




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