Watch: Stuart Broad had an expletive-filled reaction to finding out a celebrappeal Ben Stokes had denied for a review off his bowling would have been given out if sent upstairs.

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Broad had already been turned down twice by his captain after launching into his trademark no-look appeal on consecutive balls to Marnus Labuschagne. In the two balls before Tea, he was convinced he had Labuschagne caught behind and lbw only for Stokes to have been proved correct in his decision not to review on the TV replays.

On the third occasion, however, he rapped Labuschagne on the pad once more and again set off down the wicket. Once again, Stokes opted not to review. When the TV coverage showed the ball tracking, the ball was shown to have been crashing into leg stump.

Brendon McCullum signalled the error to Broad from the balcony, raising his finger to indicate it would have been out. Seeing McCullum’s signal, Broad stopped dead in his tracks, looking furious. As he walked back to his mark to complete the over, he launched into an expletive rant incensed by not being granted the review.

As it happened, the misstep didn’t hurt England too badly. Labuschagne was out three overs later, although to James Anderson rather than Broad. He played a non-committal cut shot to give a soft dismissal, caught at backward point for 30.

Australia finished day three on 130-2, 221 runs ahead of England with rain having curtailed play for the day late in the evening session.

Watch: Stuart Broad fumes after Brendon McCullum signals from balcony that denied celebrappeal would have been out on review below