<iframe width="560" height="315" src="//www.youtube.com/embed/yJ4bBRiPMkI?list=PLLtUhzivrSZT3VfByjB7V8eBa1WVRWBbg" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen="true"></iframe><br/>Man-of-the-match <a href="/tags/James-Anderson/post" target="_blank">James Anderson</a> bowled England to a victory over Australia at Trent Bridge recording a match figures of 10 for 158 said that he will now sleep well for a couple of days before the second Test at Lord&#39;s.<br /> <br /> Anderson took all the wickets on Day five. He got the record-breaking Ashton Agar first then had Mitchell Starc. <a href="/tags/Alastair-Cook/post" target="_blank">Alastair Cook</a> caught both the batsmen at the first slip. Anderson then dismissed <a href="/tags/Peter-Siddle/post" target="_blank">Peter Siddle</a>.<br /> <br /> After Siddle&#39;s dismissal Australia still needed 80 runs to win. The final wicket partnership between <a href="/tags/Brad-Haddin/post" target="_blank">Brad Haddin </a>and <a href="/tags/James-Pattinson/post" target="_blank">James Pattinson</a> was threatning to take the game away from England.<br /> <br /> But according to Anderson England breaked for lunch just at the right time. After the break Anderson dismissed Haddin and the English team jumped in joy after recording a narrow 14-run win.