David Warner celebrating after he reached his century. (AP)
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Day 2 Round-up: Pacemen Mitchell Johnson and Ryan Harris combined to skittle England for 136 on Friday, and openers David Warner and Chris Rogers compounded the misery for the tourists on day two of the Ashes series with an unbroken stand to increase Australia's lead to 224 runs.
Australia were 65 without loss at stumps in their second innings with Warner on 45 and Rogers on 15 after being untroubled for the last 90 minutes.
A dozen wickets fell after Australia resumed their first innings on the second morning at 273 for 8. Australia were dismissed for 295 within eight overs, with Brad Haddin last man out for 94 and Stuart Broad finishing with six wickets for England.