Mitchell Johnson is sung to the crease by the Barmy Army has cops a Golden Duck 😂 The Ashes, 2010/11

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That time Mitchell Johnson walked out to bat for the final time in the 2010/11 Ashes series and was sung to the crease by the Barmy Army. He was out first ball to Chris Tremlett and was sung all the way back. What an atmosphere!

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