Mitchell Johnson celebrating the dismissal of Alastair Cook on day two. (Getty Images)
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Day 2 Round-up: Michael Clarke and Brad Haddin scored centuries as Australia ran rampant before declaring at 570 for 9 on Friday, then Mitchell Johnson bowled England captain Alastair Cook to cap a strong performance by the hosts on day two of the second Test.
After all the talk of a low and slow Adelaide Oval pitch, Johnson bowled in excess of 150 kph (93 mph) in his first over and beat Cook (3) for pace as he took out the off stump to have England reeling at 9 for 1. Michael Carberry (20) and Joe Root (9) cautiously navigated the remainder of the 21 overs before stumps to help England reach 35 for 1 in reply.
Earlier, Clarke (148) and Haddin (118) shared a 200-run sixth-wicket stand after Australia resumed at 273 for 5. Clarke passed 1,000 runs in the calendar year as he posted his second hundred in as many Tests, salvaging the innings after Australia had lost quick wickets to be 174 for 4 after winning the toss on day one.