Australia's enormous win over England in the second Ashes Test at Lord's has broken all sort of records and produced some incredible statistics.

Australia's 405 run win was the ninth biggest victory in terms of runs in the history of Test cricket.

It was the fourth biggest win in Ashes history.

Fourth biggest defeat in terms of runs that England has ever suffered.

Australia's combined total for the Test match was 820 runs, compared to England's 415.

Australia took 20 English wickets, compared with the English bowlers, who only managed to claim 10 Australian wickets.

England lasted just 37 overs in their second innings, making it the second shortest innings in Test history at Lord's when a team has been bowled all out.

Just two Australian batsmen, Steven Smith and Chris Rogers, were able to score more runs in the Test than the entire England team (Smith and Rogers 495 - England - 415).

Smith and Rogers combined for a 284 run stand in the first innings, the biggest ever partnership by an Australian pair at Lord's.

Smith (215) and Rogers (173) both notched their highest Test scores.

Smith became the youngest Australian to score a double century since Greg Blewett against South Africa in 1997.

Smith became the first Australian to score a double century at Lord's since Bill Brown in 1938.