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The Australian media were united in their view that the Mitchell Johnson-inspired humiliation of England at Lord's Sunday marked a decisive shift in the balance of power in the Ashes series.Chastened after England's victory in the opening test in Cardiff, their collective dander was very much up after the hosts were vanquished by 405 runs inside four days in London.Having crumbled to defeat with a second innings total of 103 in 37 overs on a surface especially prepared to neuter Australia's pace bowling, however, there were no such excuses left to them.The 34-year-old Australia captain struggled for runs even at Lord's while his anointed successor, Steve Smith, scored the first double century of his career.
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