Joe Root, James Anderson keep England alive against Australia on Day 4 of day-night Adelaide Test [Photos]

Relive the best moments from the Day 4 of the 2nd Ashes Test between Australia and England.

FirstCricket Staff December 05, 2017 21:29:06 IST
England ended the Day 4 of the day-night Ashes Test at 176 for 4, chasing 354 for victory. AP
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England ended the Day 4 of the day-night Ashes Test at 176 for 4, chasing 354 for victory. AP
For England, James Anderson started the day well as he took out the overnight pair of Peter Handscomb and Nathan Lyon early morning. AP
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For England, James Anderson started the day well as he took out the overnight pair of Peter Handscomb and Nathan Lyon early morning. AP
Chris Woakes too continued his good rhythm from Day 3. Here Craig Overton, catches out Australia's Tim Paine for 11 runs of his bowling. AP
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Chris Woakes too continued his good rhythm from Day 3. Here Craig Overton, catches out Australia's Tim Paine for 11 runs of his bowling. AP
Shaun Marsh too fell cheaply as he bowled for 19 runs by Chris Woakes. AP
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Shaun Marsh too fell cheaply as he bowled for 19 runs by Chris Woakes. AP
James Anderson, who here holds up the ball, took his first five-wicket haul in Australia on Tuesday. AP
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James Anderson, who here holds up the ball, took his first five-wicket haul in Australia on Tuesday. AP
Due to their inspired bowling display, England were set a target of 354. The opener, Cook and Stoneman gave the visitors a good start, adding 53 runs together. AP
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Due to their inspired bowling display, England were set a target of 354. The opener, Cook and Stoneman gave the visitors a good start, adding 53 runs together. AP
Nathan Lyon got the first wicket for Australia when he pinned Cook LBW with the help of a DRS. AP
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Nathan Lyon got the first wicket for Australia when he pinned Cook LBW with the help of a DRS. AP
Joe Root, after the fall of Stoneman and James Vince, stitched a vital partnership with Dawid Malan. AP
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Joe Root, after the fall of Stoneman and James Vince, stitched a vital partnership with Dawid Malan. AP
Dawid Malan, center, is bowled for 29 runs by Australia's Pat Cummins, bringing Chris Woakes at the crease for the last few overs. AP
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Dawid Malan, center, is bowled for 29 runs by Australia's Pat Cummins, bringing Chris Woakes at the crease for the last few overs. AP
Joe Root, left and Chris Woakes survived the day and here they walk off at stumps, with England now within the reach of a historic victory. AP
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Joe Root, left and Chris Woakes survived the day and here they walk off at stumps, with England now within the reach of a historic victory. AP