Abu Dhabi, UAEThursday 19 September 2019

How England were bowled out for their eighth lowest Ashes total of 67 at Headingley - in pictures

Dismal day for Joe Root's men as they face almost impossible task now to avoid Australia retaining Ashes

England capitulated to 67 all out in their first innings of the third Ashes Test to all but lose any chance of regaining the Ashes.

Josh Hazlewood led the Australian onslaught with 5-30 as England were dismissed for their eighth lowest total in an Ashes match.

Joe Denly top-scored with 12 as England fell apart chasing Australia's first innings score of 179 in the third Ashes Test of the series.

Australia will now start their second innings with a lead of 112 and knowing that with batting only likely to get harder that they may well already have the game won.

If Australia win the match they will retain the Ashes as being 2-0 ahead with two Tests to come after this they cannot lose the series. England have to be triumphant in the series to regain the Ashes.

If England can somehow avoid defeat they would need to win the fourth Test at Old Trafford and the fifth Test at the Oval to regain the urn.

Check out the gallery above to see where it all went wrong for England with the bat. To move on to the next image, click on the arrows, or if using a mobile device, simply swipe.

Updated: August 23, 2019 05:57 PM

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