New test new morning and new bowling spearhead for England.
Broad devastated the Aussie line up at Trent Bridge in the 4th and what can be the deciding test match of this Ashes series.
It took only 25 balls for Australia to loose half of their batting side. They were 5/21 after 4.1 overs.
The situation didn’t get any better for them after that as they were bowled out for their second lowest total in last 79 years.
The highest contribution in the Australian innings was from the extras (14), Johnson and Clarke were the only batsmen to enter double figures.
Australian innings lasted only 111 balls, which is a shortest ever 1st innings in Test cricket history.
Broad finished career best 8-15, this also got him into the 300 wickets club. He has become the fifth most successful bowler for England.
Unlike Australia ,England was quite composed when they had their turn. Joe Root keeps impressing everyone. He scored another brilliant unbeaten century today.
Australia 60 (Broad 8-15)
England 274 for 4 (Root 124*, Wood 2*) lead by 214 runs.