In pictures: England win fourth Ashes Test
August 13, 2013
Bresnan, though, tucked into Australia's bowling, in the company of Stuart Broad as the tail appeared to wag. Stu Forster / Getty Images
Swann had taken the first two wickets to fall but this was still Australia's match to lose. Stu Forster / Getty Images
Darkness did envelope the ground as there was a chance umpires would call of play, forcing Cook to use his slower bowlers, Swann and Root. Eventually, though, it became brighter, allowing for Broad to return to the attack and take the final wicket - his 1???
Harris, the injury-prone but top-notch Australia fast bowler, was having an ideal morning, bowling out Matt Prior as well. Andrew Yates / AFP
Graeme Swann, who went in at the fall of Broad's wicket, also used the long handle to great effect. In between, however, he was peppered with some short stuff. Andrew Yates / AFP
England resumed their second innings on the fourth day of the fourth Ashes Test in Chester-Le-Street, Durham, with Ian Bell and Tim Bresnan. Overnight centurion Bell, though, was bowled by Ryan Harris, leaving the all-rounder to keep the score board ticki???
Michael Clarke, the Australia captain, also looked in good touch as Australia were increasingly comfortable against England's bowling. But just as Broad and Bresnan returned for their second spells, the fast bowlers kept a tight line. Out went Warner, cau???
Nathan Lyon was yet another Australia batsman to be bowled out by Broad as the tailenders appeared to put up a fight. Andrew Yates / AFP
Broad, who had taken five wickets in the first innings, was simply unplayable by now, accounting for the wickets for Shane Watson and Brad Haddin. Andrew Yates / AFP
David Warner, the Australia opening batsman, who has been on a comeback since 'hooking' Joe Root, his opposite number a month ago, started aggressively as the left-hander started to build a strong opening partnership with Chris Rogers. Nigel Roddis / Reut???
Steve Smith followed shortly, playing a Broad ball on to the stumps. Panic time as a collapse was in the offing. Gareth Copley / Getty Images
Another solid stand was in the offing as Usman Khawaja joined Warner in the middle. But just when Khawaja had a good look-in, the left-hander was trapped leg before wicket by Swann for 21. Stu Forster / Getty Images
Rogers, the more circumspect of the two, played a solid knock as the pair strung together 109 runs for the first wicket before the 35 year old edged Swann to Jonathan Trott for 49. Nigel Roddis / Reuters
The 33-year-old Harris ended with seven wickets for 117 runs as England were bowled out for 330. That meant the tourists had to score 299 for a win. Philip Brown / Reuters
It was a moment of joy, maybe even relief, for Cook as the England captain added the Ashes trophy to his collection of achievements. England were now leading 3-0 with one Test to go. Philip Brown / Reuters