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The man humiliated by the Barmy Army in Ashes 2011 by singing the Mitchell Johnson song “He bowls to left, He bowls to right, that Mitchell Johnson, His Bowling is Shyte!” Who would have imagined that this bowler will turn up to become the greatest bowler in Tests one day In...
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