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Last updated on August 8th, 2017 at 05:35 pm
Glenn McGrath’s torture of Kevin Pietersen is finally ended; England 4/78 chasing 602.
UPDATE. Lee has Flintoff caught behind for 0. England 5/79.
UPDATE II. Isn’t McGrath meant to be too old or something? He’s just nailed Jones with a perfect inswinger. England 6/126.
UPDATE III. Could’ve had one more: Giles dropped at slip off McGrath.
UPDATE IV. A hard-earned 50 to Ian Bell; took him 155 deliveries. Giles looks clueless.
UPDATE V. Bell out, tricked by wily Stuart Clark. England 7/149.
UPDATE VI. Clark snares Hoggard for nothing. England 8/149.
UPDATE VII. Five wickets to old man McGrath (his tenth five-wicket haul against England). Harmison gone for nothing. England 9/154.
UPDATE VIII. Elderly McGrath finishes with 6/50 and delights the crowd by hobbling from the ground geezer-style. England all out for 157. Australia doesn’t enforce the follow-on.
UPDATE IX. McGrath to Ian Healy: “It was a walk in the park.” Matt Hayden is currently batting in a manner likely to cause someone physical injury.
UPDATE X. Hayden, as predicted, has just smashed a ball into Steve Harmison’s wrist.
UPDATE XI. Waiting for the third umpire’s decision on a Hayden run-out … OUT for 37. Australia’s lead with nine wickets left: 514. Harmison receiving treatment on the field.
UPDATE XII. One thousand runs in 2006 for Ricky Ponting … and nine thousand career runs.
UPDATE XIII. Kevin Pietersen just scored four runs. For Australia.
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