For those of you who don’t know England are currently playing Australia in the Ashes.
The Ashes is, of course, the famed cricket test series currently taking place in England.
Australia bowler Mitchell Johnson shows his dejection during day one of the Ashes Test at Trent Bridge, Nottingham.
Yesterday marked the first day of the fourth test and it was a morning the Australian team and fans will want to forget.
England bowled Australia for a miserable 60 to put the fourth test firmly in their control.
But, there was something else interesting about the result yesterday.
It was the first time in history where you could record every single ball, run and wicket of the first innings in a single tweet, as pointed out by ABC’s Antony Green.
04W24W0W04100000W40000110W020000401000W000000000101000011W0011200010040040000W1W30000000000000400000000000001004W— Antony Green (@AntonyGreenABC) August 6, 2015
The first test innings in history where the ball by ball summary fits in a tweet #Ashes2015— Antony Green (@AntonyGreenABC) August 6, 2015
We don’t think it’s going to be retweeted too much down in Oz.