ngland tailenders James Anderson and Monty Panesar denied Australia victory in the first Ashes Test with an heroic unbeaten last-wicket stand before an ecstatic capacity 16,000-strong crowd on Sunday.
Victory seemed assured for the Australians when Paul Collingwood was dismissed for 74 after five hours 43 minutes of dogged resistance with England still needing six to make Australia bat again and a minimum 11.3 overs remaining.In Image: James Andeson (R) and Monty Panesar leave the field after securing a draw against Australia during the fifth day of the first Ashes cricket Test match against Australia in Cardiff, in Wales, on July 12, 2009.
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