NOTTINGHAM (Staff Report) – The whole Australian team returned to pavilion at an over all score of 60 runs in first innings of fourth match of Ashes series against England in Trent Bridge on Thursday.
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England’s Stuart Broad remained the successful bowler to pick 8 wickets for 15 runs only. He also became 4th English player to earn 300 wickets in test. The other two wickets were earned by MA Wood and ST Finn.
On the other hand only two Australian batsmen, Clarke and Mitchel Johnson, were fortunate enough to make it to a double figure score. Both scored 10 and 13 runs respectively.
The whole Australian side could face only 111 balls in the first innings which is the quickest demise in cricket history.