England bowlers were right on the money from ball one. Stuart Broad was the ultimate destroyer for the Australian side picking up eight wickets for 15 runs and registered his best figures in Test matches. Numerous records were made on the opening day of fourth Ashes Test at the Trent Bridge.

Here are the stats highlights from the Day 1 of the Trent Bridge Test...

0 - First 'DUCK' for Australian batsman Chris Rogers in his 46th Test innings.

1 - England batsman, Joe Root is the first one to score a century on Day 1 of an Ashes Test while batting in the second innings of the match.

3 - Joe Root is now the youngest England batsman to score Three Ashes hundreds.

6.1 overs - The number of overs Broad took to take his 5 wickets, best since 2002. No bowler before Broad had picked up more than three wickets in the first 6.1 overs of an innings.

8 - Joe Root scored his eighth Test century.

8 for 15 - 8-15 Stuart Broad's best figures in Tests, second best in Ashes after Jim Laker's 10 for 53 and 9 for 37 at Manchester in 1956. These are also best bowling figures in Nottingham.

14- Extras, the highest score in Australian first innings total.

19 - Stuart Broad took 5 wickets in his first 19 balls to become quickest 5 wicket-taker in Test history along with Ernie Toshack (Australia vs India at Gabba in 1947).

25 - The number of balls Australia took to give away their 5 wickets. The fastest for any team since 2002.

60 - Australia's score in the first innings, their seventh-lowest score in Test history.

79 - Last time, each of Australia's top-seven batsmen was dismissed for 10 runs or less in an Ashes Test was 79 years ago at Brisbane in 1936.

111 - Australia were all-out in 111 balls (18.3 overs). England took the first inns lead in exactly 18.3 overs.

214 - This was the third biggest lead by any team on the opening day of a Test.

307- Wickets taken by Staurt Broad in Tests. Equals Fred Trueman's record.

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