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Ashes 2015: Australia's Sixty Runs At Trent Bridge Didn't Last As Long As These 7 Things

06/08/2015 20:14 BST | Updated 06/08/2015 20:59 BST
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NOTTINGHAM, ENGLAND - AUGUST 06: Stuart Broad of England celebrates taking his fifth wicket that of Michael Clarke of Australia during day one of the 4th Investec Ashes Test match between England and Australia at Trent Bridge on August 6, 2015 in Nottingham, United Kingdom. (Photo by Laurence Griffiths/Getty Images)

Australia made cricket history on Thursday when their entire team was bowled out for 60 runs in the first day of their fourth Test against England.

It took just 18.3 overs - and some spectacular work by bowler Stuart Broad - for the Aussies to collapse 20 minutes before lunch in the fourth Test of the Ashes.

The performance is the shortest first innings in Test history and for once English sports fans had reason to rejoice.

The disastrous innings spawned #GoneIn60Seconds. Here are seven things that last longer than the Australian batting team.

1. An entire football match

2. Most films

3. Cold treats

4. Shane Warne

5. Sleeping

6. Technology

7. And if you couldn't think of one, don't feel bad. It takes a while...

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