England had been hammered in the 1st Test, losing by 239 runs, but made a good start at Edgbaston clocking up 407 in the first innings to which Australia replied with 308. The home side struggled in the second innings though, at one point being 131 for 9, but reached 182 largely due to Andrew Flintoff smashing 73 in 86 balls. With the Aussies set a target of 282 to win, the match ebbed-and flowed but with the last pair at the crease and three runs needed to win, Michael Kasprowicz was given out and the series was tied.
The match is also often remembered for Andrew Flintoff sportingly consoling the distraught not out Australian batsman, Brett Lee, who had been so close to securing a 2-0 Ashes advantage for his team.
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