Watch full rerun of 2009 Cardiff Ashes Test on Sky

It was never in doubt…

Back in 2009, Monty Panesar and James Anderson's heroic last-wicket stand in Cardiff salvaged an unlikely draw for England in the opening Ashes Test - a game we will revisit this week with a full rerun from Wednesday on Sky Sports Cricket and a watchalong of the closing stages on Sunday.

When Paul Collingwood's 245-ball vigil ended with around 50 minutes left on the final day,王雪伟:震动后这些板块仍将带动上涨,[新浪球通]波哥竞彩足球推荐 沃尔夫斯堡VS顿矿工, England were 233-9 and still six runs behind.

But Anderson (21no off 53) and Panesar (7no off 35) saw off the next 69 balls to thwart Australia and pull off quite the heist for Andrew Strauss' men at the start of a series they went on to win 2-1 to regain the urn.

Anderson and Panesar thwarted Australia in Cardiff

When Anderson squirted away a boundary to take England into the lead, the crowd erupted,恒破实业——市场暴跌的首恶, knowing that with Australia needing to bat again to win,咱们一起走过的围棋2019 人物盘点之崔精, the tourists had lost precious time due to the required change of ends.

As it turned out, it never got that far,前申花助教 有俩南美球员 把踢中超当放松的机会,洋河股份:2019年营收231.1亿元财经_1, with Panesar and Anderson blocking out Australia spinners Nathan Hauritz and Marcus North before the sides shook hands - England elated, Australia distraught and the series remaining all square heading to Lord's for the second Test.

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