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08 Dec 13
Joe Root and KP have provided the only resistence with Australia's bowlers needing just four wickets to wrap up the second Ashes test.
If Mitch Johnson didn't appreciate a shoulder bump from Ben Stokes, then Stuart Broad's presence on the pitch didn't help settle the peace at the end of day four.
Ben Stokes's war of attrition comes to an end, edging Ryan Harris to the Australian captain for 28.
After copping some punishment, Nathan Lyon snares the wicket of Joe Root.
Australia were held up by a partnership between Joe Root and Kevin Pietersen, but breakthroughs to Peter Siddle and Steve Smith continued the charge to victory.
A Steve Smith full toss and a diving catch from Mitchell Johnson have combined to remove Ian Bell for six.
A nagging line and length has brought about the mistake with Siddle skittling KP for 53.
After a slow start, Pietersen opens the shoulders, bringing up his half-century with some monster strikes.
Joe Root has compiled a hard-fought fifty at the Adelaide Oval off 113 balls.
Steve Smith's full toss is clobbered by KP in to the hands of a fan in the crowd at Adelaide Oval
Peter Siddle adds to England's pain, pinning KP while attempting a run-out.
Root and Pietersen offered staunch resistence in the morning session, with twin fine leg catches breaking English hearts early.
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