Footage: Trent Bridge 2013 highlights

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The most recent Ashes Test played at Trent Bridge was the very memorable first Test in 2013, which had controversy, wickets, runs, and a very close finish, as England won by 14 runs after lunch on day five.

That game was infamous for Stuart Broad's non-walk, but also famous for Ashton Agar's 98 on debut, and James Anderson's 10 wickets, five in each innings. Let's look a t a few highlights.

Agar's 98 on debut

The spinner was called into the side in place of Nathan Lyon, a shock decision, but proved his worth when he and Phillip Hughes batted well to rescue the Aussies from 17 for nine to 280 all out in their first innings. Agar was batting at number 11.

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Broad and Bell infuriate Aussies

The pair put on a century stand in the evening of day three, but it was forever lodged in the memory as Broad got a healthy edge off Agar but didn't walk. The umpire didn't give it out, so he was well within his rights to stay put. Or was he?

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Bell's century

The veteran batsman was the best on the series, and in this Test he scored the one and only century. He reached it in the morning on day four.

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A tense morning on day five

The day began with the Aussies needing 137 runs, and England needing four wickets. They got three of them by lunch, with Brad Haddin resisting.

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The winning moment

Anderson got the final wicket of the match in thrilling circumstances, with Haddin removed with just 14 runs to go. It took a review though.

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