England left ‘pretty frustrated’ by batting collapse, says Jimmy Anderson

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Jimmy Anderson admitted to there being “some pretty frustrated players” in the England dressing room after a collapse with the bat on the third day in Adelaide, followed by a late surge of wickets with the ball, left a lingering sense of what could have been for the tourists.

Bowled out for a meek 227 in response to Australia’s first innings 442 for eight declared, Joe Root’s side were not asked to follow on by Steve Smith. They responded by reducing the hosts to 53 for four under lights, with two wickets apiece for Anderson and Chris Woakes.

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