Mitchell Johnson shrugged off the usual taunts from the Barmy Army, England fans and journalists alike to intimidate the tourists into submission. He returned match figures of nine for 103 as Australia bullied England.
To think we laughed at Mitchell Johnson when he said he felt Australia were in a 'great' position after day one. Four wickets from him as England lost six wickets for nine runs in 57 balls makes it abundantly clear who has had the last laugh.
Australia have included all-rounder Mitchell Johnson in their One-Day International squad which will tour England for five ODIs in June and July.
Johnson has been on the sidelines with a foot injury, undergoing surgery in December and is now poised to make a return to limited overs cricket, replacing Daniel Christian in the 15-man squad.
Cricket Australia (CA) have issued an update on the fitness of batsman Michael Hussey and Mitchell Johnson ahead of the second One-Day International against England in Hobart.
Neither will feature - Hussey having undergone surgery to repair a damaged hamstring and Johnson due to a throat infection - in the match in Hobart on 21st January.
Australian fast bowler Mitchell Johnson has been named as the Cricket World® Player Of The Week after his all-round performance helped his side win the third Ashes Test against England.
Johnson, who missed the match in Adelaide, returned to take nine wickets and score a half-centuries in Australia's convincing 267-run victory.