Graeme Swann admits there is "a sense of frustration" in the dressing room after England dropped a number of catches on day one of the second Ashes Test in Adelaide.
England fought back after an ominous Australian start as a tense, seesaw day's play ended with the hosts on 273-5.
However, Monty Panesar, Joe Root and Michael Carberry were all guilty of dropping catches which, if taken, could have put England in a far stronger position ahead of the second day.
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