Replay: third Ashes Test, day two

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The argumentative preference examination complement has reared a nauseous conduct again with Joe Root a detrimental target of a dodgy call.


Shane Watson succesfully appeals for a wicket of Joe Root.

Shane Watson succesfully appeals for a wicket of Joe Root.
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ANOTHER interesting day of Test cricket has left England’s Ashes hopes unresolved in a balance, with a tourists going to stumps during 4-180.


Ian Bell (9) and Ben Stokes (14) close adult emporium late on day two, after progressing saying teammates Alastair Cook and Kevin Pietersen tumble in discerning period as Australia took a ascendancy.


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That followed from a argumentative exclusion of Joe Root, who was given out after a examination by a third umpire, notwithstanding replays suggesting he didn’t get an corner on a round that was held by wicketkeeper Brad Haddin.

Earlier, Australia was bowled out for 385 interjection especially to a realistic last-wicket mount from Peter Siddle and Nathan Lyon.

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