Following day three of the first Ashes Test at Trent Bridge, England's Kevin Pietersen and Australia's Peter Siddle spoke to the media, reviewing the key points of an enthralling and at times controversial day.
Pietersen, who made 64 to help England close the day 261 runs ahead, did not want to be drawn on the non-dismissal of Stuart Broad, who seemed to edge to slip late in the day, before heaping praise on Ian Bell, who was unbeaten on 95 at stumps.
Meanwhile, Siddle, who took five wickets on the opening day of the match, took a philosophical view of proceedings, saying that whatever decisions are made in the middle, the players must accept them and get on with the game.
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