Mitchell Starc is back on and Bell squirts a two out to third man. Siddle's claiming he couldn't see the ball. Clarke is getting stuck into the umpires. It's getting all Pakistan v England in Karachi in 2000!
That was T20-esque! A waist high full toss is edged through the vacant slip area by Woakes for four. Eng 205/4
And it was a no-ball. England have taken 12 off Starc in this over and there's an extra ball to go.
Superb fielding from Starc. Bell drills him down the ground. Starc stops it with his boot, turns and hurls down the stumps. Bell run out.
Apologies if you were preparing for a grandstand finish. The umpires have decided the light is too bad to continue. Boos raining down from the stands. Common sense doesn't prevail. Oh, cricket.
That's it! Handshakes are being exchanged. The match is officially drawn. The crowd are still booing. And quite right too, they've been robbed of an epic finish.
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The presentations are well underway. Ian Bell and Ryan Harris are the respective men of the series. Alastair Cook has an interview to do and then he'll be lifting the little urn (well, a replica).
There goes the champagne. The urn is aloft. And fairly cheap looking streamers are fired in the air.
The England players are embarking on a lap of honour as Jerusalem plays over the PA.
Evening session summary
What a difference a couple of days can make! An England side derided for their negative approach on day three came agonisingly close to pulling off a memorable victory that would have secured an historic 4-0 series triumph.
Credit should go to Michael Clarke whose second innings declaration at 111 for six set England 227 to win the game in 44 overs.
That decision looked like it would backfire as Kevin Pietersen smashed the quickest ever Test match 50 by an England player to make a home victory the most likely outcome.
With 10 overs remaining, wickets started to tumble. First Pietersen, then Trott were dismissed. Ian Bell and Chris Woakes continued the charge in ever-darkening conditions. When Bell was run out by Mitchell Starc, England needed just 21 off the last four overs. But the umpires decided enough was enough. The crowd didn't like the decision and rightly felt they had been robbed of an epic finish.
The fifth Test ended in a draw with England 3-0 series victors.