Stuart Broad took eight wickets as Australia were embarrassed on the opening morning of the fourth Ashes test as they fell for just 60 inside 19 overs.
Broad became only the fifth Englishman to take 300 test wickets when Chris Rogers fell to just the third delivery of the day - and in under five overs, Australia were 21 for five.
Steven Finn claimed Peter Nevill's wicket and Mark Wood took David Warner and Broad continued apace at tearing through the Australian order as eight wickets fell in the first 13 overs.
Broad finished with an astonishing eight wickets for just 15 runs to equal Fred Trueman's record of 307 test wickets for England.
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Australia have been bowled out more cheaply before, but watching this it was hard to imagine anything worse.