England (above) regained the Ashes by beating arch-rivals Australia comprehensively by an innings and 78 runs © Getty Images
England (above) regained the Ashes by beating arch-rivals Australia comprehensively by an innings and 78 runs © Getty Images

Former World Test champions, England, who regained the Ashes by beating arch-rivals Australia comprehensively by an innings and 78 runs in the 4th Ashes 2015 Test at Trent Bridge on Saturday, also became the first team to win 100 Tests by an innings. They are followed by Australia in the second spot, who have 85 wins in the same manner. Australia made a pathetic start to the match after they were bundled out for just 60 in the first innings in 18.3 Overs. Stuart Broad picked up career best figures of 8 for 15 to destroy Australia. England through a century by Joe Root and a superb half century from Jonny Bairstow ensured England finished the first day of the Test with over 200-run lead. Joe Root is No.1 Test batsman following excellent performances in Ashes 2015

Teams Wins by an innings
England 100
Australia 85
South Africa 42
West Indies 40
India 34
Pakistan 29
New Zealand 21
Sri Lanka 20
Zimbabwe 2
Bangladesh 0

Australia will have to make a lot of changes if they have to get a consolatory win in the series. They had just one good game at Lord’s, where the entire squad chipped in. The selectors need to make a few changes quickly for the betterment of Australia cricket. Alastair Cook becomes first England player to be part of 50 Test wins

(Ayush Gupta is a reporter at CricketCountry. A passionate supporter of Manchester United, he idolises Roger Federer and is also a World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) maniac. He can be followed on Twitter @Ayush24x7)