Nottingham, England: England paceman Stuart Broad took 8-15 as Australia collapsed to 60 all out in 94 minutes on the first day of the fourth Ashes test on a remarkable morning session at Trent Bridge on Thursday.
Seeking a victory to clinch the series, England put the Australians in to bat in overcast conditions and had them at 15-4 after 16 balls in 14 minutes, with three batsmen — Chris Rogers, David Warner and recalled Shaun Marsh — out for ducks.
Ben Stokes took a sensational one-handed catch at fifth slip to remove Adam Voges (1), leaving the score 21-5, and Broad completed the fastest ever five-fer when Australia captain Michael Clarke (10) edged a slog to first slip.
Broad then ripped through the tail to dismiss Mitchell Starc (1), Mitchell Johnson (13) and Nathan Lyon (9).
It was Australia's joint-seventh lowest test score.