Adam Lyth was out for 6 © Getty Images (File Photo)
Adam Lyth was out for 6 © Getty Images (File Photo)

Adam Lyth was the first man to be dismissed in The Ashes 2015. Josh Hazlewood became the first man to take a wicket in the first Test between England and Australia at Cardiff. Hazlewood bowled one on the off stump, and Lyth looked to work it away on the leg side. The ball took the leading edge to gully, where David Warner took an excellent catch. Lyth was out for six. Catch Live Cricket Scores and Ball-by-Ball commentary of England (ENG) vs Australia (AUS) Ashes 2015 1st Test at Cardiff, Day 1 here

Earlier, Alastair Cook won the toss and decided that England would bat first. Cook went in with three frontline seamers in James Anderson, Stuart Broad, and Mark Wood, along with all rounders Ben Stokes, Joe Root, and Moeen Ali. Meanwhile, Australia chose three pacers in Mitchell Johnson, Mitchell Starc, and Josh Hazlewood, the spin of Nathan Lyon, and all-rounder Shane Watson. Catch Live Blog of England (ENG) vs Australia (AUS) Ashes 2015 1st Test at Cardiff, Day 1 here