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Australia v India 2014
Australia put on 258 runs for their final four wickets to battle back into the second Test with India on day three in Brisbane.
Mitchell Johnson was delighted to carry out his “job” and fire Australia to victory over India in the second Test in Brisbane.
Steven Smith has eliminated any doubts over his captaincy credentials by guiding Australia to victory over India in the second Test at the Gabba, says Mark Butcher.
Mitchell Johnson tore through India’s middle order to set up Australia’s four-wicket win in the second Test in Brisbane.
Steven Smith heaped praise on Mitchell Johnson after the left-hander’s brutal 88 helped Australia secure a first-innings lead over India in the second Test.
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