Ashes 2015, 4th Test at Trent Bridge: Twitter reacts to Australia’s disastrous 60 all out

Stuart Broad tore crushed the Urn-owners Australia in 18.3 overs as he claimed his 300th Test wicket in the very first over in the form of Chris Rogers very first duck and seven more wickets followed in his name as the visitors got bundled out for 60 as Broad s figures read 9.3-5-15-8 after a three from Josh Hazlewood finally took them past the 50-mark. Barring extras, Michael Clarke and Mitchell Johnson were the only men to reach double figures. The first innings of the away team where the extra innings (14) have been more than the highest score from a batsman (Johnson s 13), earned them a lot of trolls on social media. Live Blog: England vs Australia, The Ashes 2015, 4th Test Day 1

Here are few interesting tweets about Australia s 60 all out:

 

 

 

 

 

 

Chasing Australia s 60, England have lost two wickets Adam Lyth and Ian Bell with Joe Root and skipper Alastair Cook batting on 26 and 38 respectively.