Mitchell Johnson’s current bowling form can send batsmen quaking in their boots. Johnson claimed his third man of the match award beating Chris Rogers’ efforts in the second innings and was sure to win the man of the series.
Australian fast bowler Mitchell Johnson is on the verge of capping his impressive international comeback by being only the fourth Australian bowler to collect 40 or more wickets in a Test series against England in the 130 years the two combatants have gone head to head.
The three other Australians to have that honour are Terry Alderman, who claimed 42 in 1981 and 41 in 1989,Rodney Hogg (41 in 1978-79) and Shane Warne (40 in 2005), with Alderman and Hogg making the mark in six-match series.
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