Ashes, 2nd Test: Johnson destroys England on Day 3
Mitchell Johnson shattered England's hopes of a series-levelling win in the second Test with a great bowling spell as Australia took an iron grip on Saturday.
Michael Carberry showed plenty of resolve and application in his 202-minute stint before David Warner latched onto a brilliant catch at square leg off Shane Watson to send him on his way for his maiden Test half-century. Carberry scored 60. (All AFP images)
Mitchell Johnson wreaked havoc after lunch with six for 16 off 26 balls for his ninth five-wicket haul and second in consecutive Tests.
Ian Bell remained not out on 72 as England were skittled for 172, once again failing to score beyond 180 after being dismissed for 136 and 179 in Brisbane.
Mitchell Johnson tormented England by taking seven wickets with some fearsome fast bowling. Johnson took 7-40, including a withering spell of 5-12 in 18 balls.
David Warner was in line for his second century of the series on 83 with Steve Smith not out 23 in Australia's 132 for three.