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David Warner's century and Mitchell Johnson's seven-wicket haul put Australia in a strong position after day three of the first Test against South Africa at Centurion.
Australia fast bowler Mitchell Johnson has defended his side's aggressive stance and warned England they face more punishment when the third Ashes Test begins in Perth on Friday morning.
Test comebacks don't come much better than Mitchell Johnson's during the Ashes opener at the Gabba.
Australia captain Michael Clarke singled out Mitchell Johnson for special praise after his side won the Ashes opener at The Gabba by 381 runs.
Stuart Broad admitted he enjoyed his battle with the Australia squad and fans as England finished the opening day of the first Test in Brisbane on top.
Aussie paceman Mitchell Johnson appears to be on the brink of a recall to the Test side.