Clint McKay dismissed Kevin Pietersen, Jonathan Trott and Joe Root to become just the fifth Australian to take a hat-trick in international one-day cricket.

Batting first, Australia were bowled out for 227 with George Bailey leading the way with 87. In reply, England have been jolted early by the McKay hat-trick.

Bowling the third over of the innings, he trapped Kevin Pietersen in front off the first ball. Jonathan Trott walked in at number three and chased a wide one and edged it to Aaron Finch at second slip. Joe Root walked in to face the hat-trick ball. It was pitched full and Root tried to drive it, but he too ended up edging it to first slip.

McKay has become the fifth Australian bowler to take a hat-trick in ODIs after the likes of Bruce Reid, Anthony Stuart, Brett Lee and Daniel Christian.