• Ashton Agar came out to bat with his score on one...
  • ...while Brad Haddin was on 11 as the Aussies needed 137, with four wickets on hand.
  • England struggled to get a wicket in the first hour...
  • ...but James Anderson bagged Agar for 14 off 71 balls to break the deadlock.
  • He then bagged Mitchell Starc soon afterwards, for one. The Aussies trailed by 100.
  • Aussie fans cheered every run...
  • ...until Cook took a superb catch to get rid of Peter Siddle, after dropping him earlier on.
  • James Pattinson joined Haddin and the pair went on the offensive.
  • The England captain could only look on as the runs required ticked down.
  • Steve Finn dropped Haddin just before lunch and the Aussies needed 20 runs with one wicket in hand at the break.
  • England finally thought they had their man, Haddin caught behind off the bowling of Anderson, and a not out decision was reviewed.
  • Their instincts were correct, the decision was overturned and England won by 14 runs.
  • Haddin and Pattinson were left distraught having taken Australia so close to victory.
  • A match filled with controversy ended amicably enough with hand shakes all round. The 2nd Test at Lords awaits.

1st Test, Day 5: Eng v Aus

Ashton Agar came out to bat with his score on one...