On the first day of the fourth Test of Ashes 2015 at Trent Bridge, Broad produced a breathtaking 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 leading England’s bowling in the absence of James Anderson and he was also eyeing his 300th Test wicket. The wait ended in the first over itself as Stuart Broad got Australian opener Chris Rogers to edge one to Alastair Cook in the slips in the third ball of the match! What followed was a carnage as Stuart Broad ran through the Australian batting line-up and the Aussie batsmen had no answer to Broad’s masterclass. One after the other, Australian batsmen looked clueless in the middle and Stuart Broad made them look very ordinary.