Australia thumped England by a massive 381-run margin in the first Ashes 2013-14 Test in Brisbane at The Gabba. England were bowled out for 179 in their second innings as Mitchell Johnson took five wickets. A couple of rain delays could not stop Australia’s charge as they wrapped up the match on Day Four itself.

The session was extended due to those rain delays and it was Johnson, quite fittingly, who got the last wicket to ensure victory on Sunday. This is Australia's first Test win in 10 matches. Michael Clarke’s men have taken a 1-0 lead in the five-match Test series over old rivals England.

The post-tea session began with England poised at 142 for four. Johnson’s first over after the break was a fast and testing one to Joe Root. Nathan Lyon came from round the wicket and bowled a length delivery that had a bit of extra bounce. Alastair Cook went for the cut, but edged it to Brad Haddin behind the wickets.