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Johnson leaves England reeling in Adelaide Test

Adelaide, Dec 7 : Australia have taken themselves into a really strong position at the end of the third day of the second Ashes Test being played at Adelaide as they lead by 530 runs after getting England all out for just 172 in their first innings.


The hosts are currently at 132/3 after scoring 572 runs in the first innings with David Warner unbeaten on 83 and Steven Smith on 23.

Earlier, Mitchell Johnson broke through England's lower order, getting seven wickets in the process.

Ian Bell top scored for the visitors with 72 runs while Michael Carberry survived an early LBW scare to make 60.

--ANI (Posted on 07-12-2013)

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