By Lawrence Booth for the Daily Mail
Published: 20:15 BST, 22 August 2019 | Updated: 20:15 BST, 22 August 2019
England have seized control early on in the third Ashes Test against Australia thanks to an inspired performance from paceman Jofra Archer.
Archer claimed his first Test five-wicket haul for England, taking the scalp of six Australian batsman for just 45 runs as the tourists were skittled out for 179 at Headingley on Thursday.
Here, Sportsmail's Lawrence Booth runs through the biggest talking points from the opening day of the third Test...
Jofra Archer inspired England vs Australia on Thursday by claiming six wickets for just 45 runs
Jofra Archer's figures of six for 45, despite barely touching 90mph all day, were England's best in a Test at Headingley for more than 20 years. You have to go back to 1998 for a better analysis, when Darren Gough claimed six for 42 to help defeat South Africa.
Stuart Broad has had a knack in this series for taking wickets before the batsman has settled in. Of his 12 victims, 10 have not reached double figures, while another – Pat Cummins – was dismissed for 20. The one exception? That was Steve Smith, bowled by Broad in the first innings at Edgbaston for 144.
When Broad bowled Travis Head with the delivery of the day – a Beauty that passed the left-handed Head's outside edge before clipping the top of off stump – it was his 44th Test wicket at Headingley. That equalled