Carberry explains England collapse
- From the section Cricket
Michael Carberry says England's batsmen struggled to deal with an Australian attack that had "got their tails up" on the second day of the first Ashes Test at the Gabba.
Opener Carberry said he "loved the challenge" of his first Ashes innings, but his score of 40 was the tourists' highest as England slumped from 82-2 to 136 all out in their first innings.
Australia ended the day on 65-0 in their second innings, a lead of 224 runs, to seize control of the match.
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