The Ashes: James Anderson stars as England beat Australia in a thrilling first Test

A Test full of controversial umpiring decisions ended shortly after lunch when England reviewed Pakistan umpire Aleem Dar's initial decision to give Haddin not out as England appealed for a catch by wicketkeeper Matt Prior off James Anderson.

updated: July 14, 2013 21:36 IST
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Nottingham: James Anderson took five wickets for the second time in the match as England just held their nerve to win the first Ashes Test against Australia by 14 runs at Trent Bridge on Sunday. (Cook hails Anderson, Bell's Ashes heroics)

When Australia lost their ninth wicket on the fifth and final day, they were 80 runs adrift of their victory target of 311 and all but out of the match. (As it happened)

But by lunch they were 291 for nine, just 20 runs away from a stunning upset with Brad Haddin 69 not out and James Pattinson unbeaten on 22. (Scorecard)

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