Australia captain Michael Clarke insisted his team could still “save the Ashes” after a humiliating first day in the fourth Test against England at Trent Bridge on Thursday. Clarke’s men were skittled out for just 60 in 18.3 overs — the shortest completed first innings in Test history — after losing the toss in overcast but not totally ‘unplayable’ conditions. Stuart Broad took a Test best haul of 8 for 15 in 9.3 overs on his Nottinghamshire home ground as the fast-medium bowler became only the fifth England cricketer to take 300 Test wickets. By stumps, Joe Root’s unbeaten 124 — his second century of the series — had taken England to 274 for four with a lead of 214 runs. England are 2-1 up in the five-match series and need just one more victory to regain the Ashes. READ: Australia’s no-show against menacing Stuart Broad will haunt them for years