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Ashes 2015: Australia broke-down to 60 all out; Stuart Broad takes 300 Test Wicket

Australia broke-down to 60 all out. It’s been a roller-coaster of a series from the beginning and Australian captain Michael Clarke has never been in so much pressure as it showed in today’s match when he edged to Alastair Cook. He fought his way for 10 from 15 balls, but Stuart Broad showed him the way to pavilion.

Stuart Broad bowled an amazing spell and equalized the record of fastest fifer in just 19 balls. He also went past the 300-wicket mark. Mitchell Johnson was the last bowler to reach the landmark, when he achieved the feat in the last Test.

Earlier, speculation where there after the injury of James Anderson that England won’t do good with the ball, because the star bowler is out of the game, though Stuart Broad’s bowling did some amazing feats.

Broad is playing in his 83rd Test, having made his debut against Sri Lanka in 2007. Right now England are 2-1 ahead in the five match test series.

By winning this test England will secure the Ashes.

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