Trent Bridge match features everything as hosts take a 1-0 lead in five game series.
If the first Test match at Trent Bridge is any indication of what the rest of the Ashes will throw up, cricket fans for both countries are in for a hell of a ride.
England claimed the first win of the series after surviving a late fightback by Australia on the last day, sneaking home by 14 runs.
The game featured its share of heroes, with James Andersen’s 10-wicket haul and Ian Bell’s first innings century pivotal in the context of the outcome for England.
While for Australia, Ashton Agar’s 98 on debut and Brad Haddin’s 71 on the last day showed the touring sides will not go down without a fight this summer.
The second Test will get underway on Thursday at Lords.