England and Australia have kicked off the Ashes 2010-11 with the first Test in Brisbane, Australia. England captain Andrew Strauss won the coin toss and chose to bat first.
But it didn't go very well for the skipper - he was dismissed for a duck, meaning he was bowled out before he scored any runs!
Things got even better for Australia when Peter Siddle took a hat-trick, taking out England's Alastair Cook and then Matt Prior and Stuart Broad with his next two balls.
Ian Bell did the best out of England's players - he scored a total of 76 runs, but England were all out for a modest 260 runs.
Australia's Simon Katich bats the ball past Stuart Broad. At the end of day one, Australia finished on 25 runs with no-one out.
After England's terrible first day - they had to make a good start on day two. It didn't go to plan though and the Aussies scored lots of early runs.
But then England's bowlers got their act together - Steve Finn took one of three quick wickets.
He couldn't bowl out Mike Hussey though, who went on to score an impressive 81.
When rain stopped play Australia had scored 220 for 5 wickets and just had the advantage.
It's not all over for Andrew Strauss and his men though. A couple of early wickets on day three could turn things around for England.
It didn't look good for England at the end of day two and with Hussey's lucky batting day three wasn't looking a lot better!
The Hussey-Haddin partnership went on to make a record score of 307. The most ever scored at the Brisbane ground and a proper headache for the tourists.
With little hope left in sight Collingwood catches Haddin out and finally breaks the partnership. Thanks to Steve Finn - England manage to bowl the Aussies out for 481.
England finish day three on 19-0, 202 runs behind the Australians. It's going to take a big effort from the England batters to save the match.
Luckily for England day four kicks off a lot better than the rest of the Test! Alistair Cook and Andrew Strauss look unbeatable - Strauss is finally stumped at after scoring 110!
Alistair Cook was on top form and also made 100 runs. Making it his 14th Test century.
Australia looked lost as England finished the day on 309-1 - giving them back the chance for a win!
On day five, Alistair Cook racks up a mega 235 runs - the most ever scored by a batsman in Brisbane and the most by an Englishman against Australia since 1964!
England declare on a whopping 517-1, setting Australia a target of 296 to win.
The England bowlers try hard but they don't get all the Aussies out. The first Test is a draw, leaving both teams looking for a win when the second Test starts on Friday.