The Ashes 2015 build-up was all about speculations if Kevin Pietersen would be selected for England or not, and if not, how Australia would steam roll them. A couple of weeks later, England now eye the return of the Urn. One man has for sure etched his name in the Ashes annals: Stuart Broad.

On the first day of the fourth Test of Ashes 2015 at Trent Bridge, Broad produced a Riplesque spell of swing bowling to pick up eight for 15 in 9.3 overs.

When the game began, all eyes were on Broad, as he was eyeing his 300th Test wicket. The wait was rather quick, very quick indeed as he got Australian opener Chris Rogers to edge one to Alastair Cook in the slips in the third ball of the match! What followed was mayhem as the local boy got the red cherry to waltz disconcertingly as he sped to the joint quickest five-haul haul off 19 balls to equal the Test record set by Ernie Toshack of Australia. His fifth wicket was the prized capture of Aussie skipper Michael Clarke and the scorecard read 29 for six.

The tail put up relative resistance and were aided by the top-scorer extras (14), as Broad ensured that pre-series favourites were skittled out for 60. Watch the Broad wreck:

Stuart Broad’s 8 wicket Down Australia To 60 runs

Posted by Cricket Videos on Thursday, August 6, 2015