England is in the top as the second day of fourth test match on against Australia comes to an end as Australia are still 91 runs behind with just one wicket in hand .
Playing their first inning in response of England’s 255 runs in the first inning Australia are 164 for nine as the day ended.
Australian inning was destroyed by James Anderson and Stuart Broad who picked up three wickets each. While Tim Bresnan took two wickets and Ben Strokes claimed one wicket.
Chris Rogers was the highest run scorer for Australia who made 61 runs. At the end wicketkeeper batsman Brad Haddin tried to control Australia’s inning with 43 not out.
Earlier England started the second day play with 226 for six and just could 29 runs in the board loosing their remaining four wickets and made 255 runs.
Kevin Pietersen who was not out on 67 on day one was bowled out by Mitchhel Johnson on 71.
Australian fast bowler Johnson who was the highest wicket taker for his team finished the first inning figure with 63 for five in 24 overs.