England suffers batting collapse against Australia in the Ashes


England suffered another batting levitra generico collapse to undo the excellent work of their bowlers as Australia edged closer to winning the Ashes on a dramatic second day of the third Test in Melbourne.
James Anderson claimed 4-33 as England fought back admirably in the first two sessions of the day, dismissing Australia for 267, to trail by 82 after the first innings.
But in a hostile final hour on a difficult pitch, Mitchell Starc, Pat Cummins and Scott Boland produced a devastating spell of fast bowling as England stumbled to 31-4 at stumps.