English pacer Stuart Broad was in for some heavy booing in Brisbane.
It was Broad though who had the last laugh as his five-wicket haul broke the hosts' back on the opening day of the first Test match. (All images courtesy: AP and AFP)
Australia may have won the toss but the team could hardly back the decision to bat first.
Broad dismissed Chris Rogers (1) and returned to get rid of a well-set David Warner (49).
Once Warner fell, followed by Shane Watson who too was claimed by Broad, Aussie innings started to collapse.
Skipper Michael Clarke (1) is seen making his way back after being removed by Broad.
It was Steve Smith who added some respect to the innings with his 31 before surrendering to Chris Tremlett (unseen).
Brought into the side for his improved bowling efforts recently, Mitchell Johnson too hit a half century. His 64 was crucial to the innings before he became the Broad's fifth victim of the innings.
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