England coach Trevor Bayliss is not fretting over England's dismal loss in the second Ashes Test and reiterated his belief that the Three Lions can secure a positive result in the series.
Asked if he had high hopes at the start of day five, Root - who departed for 67 - told Channel 9: "Absolutely". However, England could add only 47 runs on the fifth day as they lost six wickets.
The tourists resumed at 4-176 but paceman Josh Hazlewood struck with the second ball of the day, dismissing Chris Woakes (five) caught behind. In contrast, Moeen's opposite number Nathan Lyon has taken 11 wickets at 22.72.
"We thought if we could come out and bowl well this morning, hit our lengths and get one or two wickets then things can happen quickly".
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But Hazlewood enticed a bottom edge and wicket-keeper Tim Paine did the rest to the unrestrained glee of the Australian team.
The left-hander once again struggled to make an impact with the bat, scoring 37 and 16, taking his series total to just 62 as England's hopes of retaining The Urn begin to look increasingly slim. James Anderson was the pick of the bowlers, with figures of 5 for 43. Usman Khwaja and Mitchell Starc were the only batsmen to cross 20 runs.
No captain had ever inserted the opposition in a day-night Test before and the decision soon backfired as Australia posted 8-442 declared in their first innings. However, they squandered the advantage to allow England to take their chances of winning the game.