England clinch by 14 runs vs Australia – 14 July 2013 Complete 1st Ashes Review

England clinch by 14 runs vs Australia – 14 July 2013 Complete 1st Ashes Review.James Anderson took five wickets for the second time in the match when England just held their nerve to win the first Ashes Test against Australia by 14 runs at Trent Bridge on Sunday.

When Australia lost their ninth wicket in the fifth and final day, and they were 80 runs adrift of their victory target of 311 and all but out of the game.

But by lunch was 291 for nine, only 20 runs away from an amazing surprise with Brad [Hdan, 69 not out and James Patterson unbeaten on 22.

However, the third after lunch testified Hdan, on 71, eventually given caught behind by opposing wicketkeeper Matt before off a man of the match handing Anderson full length of England, in a test full of decisions umpiring controversial, and it was Although the first of the original appeal, the referee in the field Pakistani rule Alim of the House.

But the third rule Marais Erasmus, using Hot Spot technology, overturned the call, and this means the ashes of the owners of England has gone 1-0 in this series in five games ahead of the second Test at Lords on Thursday.

Pattinson finished on 25 not out after the last wicket stand of 65.

It was the second pointing to the recent partnership Australia wickets in the match, after their first innings 163, ten test wicket record featuring teen newcomer Ashton Agar 98 – the highest score by testing the number 11.

England spearhead Khayat Anderson, who took four wickets for 12 runs Sunday ended with the return of the roles of five for 73 and the distances match of 10 for 158 – only the second time in his 83 – Test career he’d taken 10 or more in the next test him 11 for 71 against Pakistan at Trent Bridge in 2010.

“Australia fought back strongly and a lot of credit to them. Jimmy was outstanding,” said England captain Alastair Cook at the presentation ceremony.

England clinch by 14 runs vs Australia - 14 July 2013 Complete 1st Ashes Review

In the meantime, he said Australia captain Michael Clarke Anderson and England batsman Ian Bell, which put 109 Platform win the second innings, was the difference between the two sides.

, “And the boys can hold their heads high,” said Clark, after the fifth consecutive Test loss in Australia, in the first test under Darren Lehmann new coach, after beating 4-0 in India earlier this year.

“It was a great game of cricket, but credit to England, they fought well. Was the best performance of the two in the game, Ian Bell, Jimmy Anderson, England deserved to win.”

Admitted Anderson, who now taken 49 wickets in seven Tests Trent Bridge in just over 17 apiece, said: “The game on the nerves going, but I love bowling here and I am happy to pick up some wickets again.

“It’s a swing here, but generally in any way we can get the ball moving, it is a bonus for us.”

All is going well for England earlier Sunday when took Anderson three wickets for six runs as Agar (14), Mitchell Stark (one) and Peter Siddle (11) are all arrested by Cook in the first slip to leave Australia nine down.

England held their nerve to end a last-wicket partnership of 65 in Australia and seal a 14-run victory in the first test dramatic unusual Ashes at Trent Bridge on Sunday.

It took James Anderson, who completed figures of five for 73, and the final wicket when Brad [Hdan], 71, rose through the fast bowler to wicketkeeper Matt before.

Amid unbearable tension, the arbitrator will not raise his finger and asked England to referral.
After a long delay, the official TV has decided [Hdan] touched the ball, prompting wild scenes of celebration on the pitch and on the ground.

Australia, chasing 311 to win, slipped to 231 for nine after Anderson took three quick wickets but showed [Hdan] James Patterson great courage to put their side on the edge of a stunning victory.

They brought up their fifty partnership off 46 balls and lifting Pattinson Graeme Swann for a huge six as the escalation of tension in all parts of the earth.

Dropped [Hdan] By Stephen Finn, a very difficult chance on the border backward square leg, was run almost after being sent back by Pattinson.

Australia reached lunch on 291 for nine, still need 20 runs for victory, and it manages more than five before the ball found Anderson to dismiss [Hdan] and end the captivating and the volatility of the test match.

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