Stuart Broad slaughtered the Australian team when the were bowled out in the quickest time ever in the first innings of a Test on a remarkable first day in the fourth Ashes match at Trent Bridge.
Broad equalled the fastest five-wicket haul, taking 5-6 in 19 balls, as the visiting side had managed 60 all out in 111 balls.
Australia’s first innings saw the earliest fall of the fourth, fifth and sixth wicket in Test history.
60 all out is Australia’s joint seventh lowest total in Test matches, and their second lowest in the last 79 years.
The 29-year-old set another milestone when he also became the fifth English bowler ever to reach 300 wickets and continued to become England’s third best Ashes bowler of all time, only beaten by Jim Laker’s 9-37 and 10-53 at Old Trafford in 1956.
Broad’s five-wicket haul is the fastest taken from the start of a Test innings, beating the 25 balls required by South Africa’s Vernon Philander to claim five New Zealand wickets at Cape Town in January 2013.
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