Second npower Test Match
England 425 (A J Strauss 161, A N Cook 95, B W Hilfenhaus 4-103) & 311-6 dec (M J Prior 61, P D Collingwood 54) v Australia 215 (M E K Hussey 51, J M Anderson 4-55) & 406 (M J Clarke 136, B J Haddin 80, M G Johnson 63, A Flintoff 5-92, G P Swann 4-87)
England beat Australia by 115 runs
Andrew Flintoff took 5-92 as England clinched a 115-run victory over Australia before lunch on the final day at Lord's to open a 1-0 lead in the Ashes.
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The tourists resumed on 313-5 requiring a further 209 runs to pull off the highest run chase in Test history.
But Flintoff struck in the second over of the morning to pave the way for England to end a 75-year drought in Ashes encounters at Lord's.
Australia's sixth-wicket pair, Michael Clarke and Brad Haddin, had put on 185 after coming together at 128-5 on Sunday afternoon.
But they failed to add to the partnership on Monday before Haddin (80) edged a defensive prod to Paul Collingwood at second slip from the 10th delivery of the day.
Mitchell Johnson joined Clarke and, despite a fearful working over from a fired-up Flintoff, went on the attack as the seventh-wicket duo added 43 in 10.4 overs.
With the partnership starting to become frustrating for England, Andrew Strauss threw the ball to Graeme Swann for the first time in the day.
And the off-spinner immediately got the second breakthrough of the day as Clarke gave him the charge and missed.
The ball spun back to hit off-stump and end Clarke's defiant innings of 136, realistically, Australia's hopes went with him.
Flintoff followed up in the next over by knocking back Nathan Hauritz's off-stump as he shouldered arms to reduce Australia to 363-8.
The Lancashire all-rounder, playing his final Test at the venue after announcing he will retire from five-day cricket at the end of the series, completed his maiden five-wicket haul at Lord's - and just the third of his 77-cap career - with the scalp of Peter Siddle (7), bowled middle stump.
After some lusty hitting took Johnson to a 62-ball half-century, Swann (4-87) bowled the left-hander for 63 as Australia were all out for 406 just before lunch.