Cummins appeals successfully for lbw to dismiss Root.
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Australia fought back with two late wickets to restrict England to 196 for four and leave the Ashes series-opener in Brisbane delicately poised Thursday after the tourists' unheralded batsmen threatened to dominate an intriguing first day.Malan was 28 not out and Moeen on 13, with both sides having fought hard after Root won the toss and sent his team into bat.Vince's wicket seemed like a turning point and though Root dug in for 50 balls, he was out lbw by a scorching delivery from Cummins, the wicket awarded after home captain Steve Smith demanded a review of Marais Erasmus' not out decision.Cummins greeted Moeen with a short ball that hammered into his upper body.
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