<iframe width="560" height="315" src="//www.youtube.com/embed/FwRsS3JtNFY?list=PLLtUhzivrSZT3VfByjB7V8eBa1WVRWBbg" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen="true"></iframe><br/><a href="/tags/Alastair-Cook/post" target="_blank">Alastair Cook</a> captained England to a win over Australia in the first Ashes Test match by 14 runs at Trent Bridge. He said that he was relieved to take the final review in the final exiciting moments of the Test match.<br /> <br /> England were on course for a win after picking up the ninth wicket with Australia needing 80 runs more to win. But a fine 10th wicket alliance by <a href="/tags/Brad-Haddin/post" target="_blank">Brad Haddin</a> and <a href="/tags/James-Pattinson/post" target="_blank">James Pattinson</a> got Australia closer.<br /> <br /> With Australia needing 15 runs to win Haddin chased a wide ball from James Anderson. The ball was caught by wicketkeeper Matt Prior but umpire <a href="/tags/Aleem-Dar/post" target="_blank">Aleem Dar</a> declared the batsman not out. England took the review and Haddin was declared out.