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Mitchell Johnson

Mitchell Johnson

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  1. In the first 44 years of one-day international cricket, only five Australians claimed six or more wickets in an innings: Gary Gilmour, Ken MacLeay, Andy Bichel, Glenn McGrath and Mitchell ... FULL ARTICLE AT Cricinfo.com

  2. Captain Brendon McCullum is expected to be fit for New Zealand's World Cup clash against Afghanistan next Sunday despite being hit on the arm in Saturday's game against ... FULL ARTICLE AT DNA India

  1. McCullum expected to be fit for next game - coach

    Captain Brendon McCullum is expected to be fit for New Zealand's World Cup clash against Afghanistan next Sunday despite being hit on the arm in Saturday's game against ... FULL ARTICLE AT Yahoo! Sports

  2. by  Associated Press Injured arm no threat to McCullum's World Cup Associated Press - 28 February 2015 22:14-05:00 WELLINGTON, New Zealand (AP) — New Zealand coach Mike Hesson says ... FULL ARTICLE AT New Europe News

  3. 'Popeye' McCullum gets all-clear after Johnson arm ball

    New Zealand are confident that captain Brendon McCullum will be fit for next Sunday's World Cup clash against Afghanistan despite taking a nasty blow on his left arm from ... FULL ARTICLE AT Yahoo! Sports

  1. New Zealand coach Mike Hesson joked that Brendon McCullum's arm looked a bit like Popeye's following a fearsome blow by Mitchell Johnson FULL ARTICLE AT Cricinfo.com

  2. Report card: Starc first, daylight second

    CHECK out Australia’s player ratings, where no batsman earned a mark of more than five and Mitchell Johnson got the equal-worst rating. FULL ARTICLE AT Fox Sports Australia

  3. Captain Brendon McCullum is expected to be fit for New Zealand's World Cup clash against Afghanistan next Sunday despite being hit on the arm in Saturday's game against ... FULL ARTICLE AT Yahoo! Sports

  4. New Zealand captain Brendon McCullum was cleared of serious injury after taking a nasty crack to the forearm from Australian pacer Mitchell Johnson during a cricket World Cup Pool A ... FULL ARTICLE AT Webindia123

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Mitchell Guy Johnson (born 2 November 1981 in Townsville, Queensland) is an Australian cricketer. He is a left-arm fast-medium bowler and left-handed batsman. He took more than 90 wickets in his first 21 Tests and averaged in the mid-30s with the bat. When attending a fast-bowling clinic in Brisbane at age 17, former Test fast-bowler Dennis Lillee identified him as a "once-in-a-lifetime prospect".... Full Article At Wikipedia.org

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