Videos: Johnson joins exclusive club

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Australia fast bowler, and sometimes all-rounder, Mitchell Johnson has become just the second Aussie, behind Shane Warne, to reach 300 Test wickets and 2000 Test runs. He reached those marks in the third Ashes Test at Edgbaston.

Here are a few of his key contributions in both areas, as he joined an exclusive club of fast bowlers (Kapil Dev, Ian Botham, Imran Khan, Wasim Akram, Shaun Pollock, Richard Hadlee, and Chaminda Vaas).

8/61 (not 62 like the video says) v South Africa in Perth (2008)

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7/40 v England in Adelaide (2013/14 Ashes)

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6/38 v England at Perth (2010)

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Batting-wise, he has one century, which came against South Africa in 2009, and 11 half tons. The most recent came in the first Ashes Test of this series, in Cardiff. It went in vain.

123* v South Africa at Cape Town (2009)

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92* v Sri Lanka at Melbourne (2012)

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26 runs off one Paul Harris over v SA, Johannesburg (2009)

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