Steve Harmison admitted the joy of achieving his first five-wicket haul for England at Lord's was tempered by Australia's stunning fightback on the opening day of the npower Test series.
Harmison had the capacity 28,000 crowd in raptures with a return of five for 43 - the last four wickets coming in the space of 14 balls - but Glenn McGrath's stunning reply in England's innings clearly spoilt Harmison's day.
Harmison said: "The team is pretty disappointed with the way the second half of the day went but there is nothing we can do about it now. We've got to come out and get as many runs as we can and put Australia under more pressure with the ball.
"It is the first time I've got five wickets at Lord's and it is more special getting it against Australia.
"I enjoyed the fact a few plans came through and I was pleased with the way that I bowled.
"But, with the game as it is now, it is disappointing after bowling a team out for 190. Some might say we've missed a great chance. But sometimes you have got to give credit to the opposition and they came out and bowled well."