Ian Bell on victory, Broad and Lord's
- From the section Cricket
Ian Bell talks about England's victory in the First Ashes Test at Trent Bridge, admitting there were "a few faces we didn't think would start" in the Australian line-up.
The Warwickshire batsman also discusses team-mate Stuart Broad's controversial decision not to walk on day three, telling BBC Sport's Joe Wilson that "every batter is entitled to wait for the umpire's decision".
Bell recently became the 14th player to pass 6,000 Test runs for England and, at 31 years and 92 days, the fifth youngest, behind Alastair Cook, David Gower, Michael Atherton and Kevin Pietersen.