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Beaten Clarke seeks solace in World Cup example

Australia's Mitchell Johnson (R) loses his wicket, bowled by England's Joe Root, caught by Adam Lyth (L) on the fourth day of the Ashes in Cardiff, Wales, on July 11, 2015Australia captain Michael Clarke said the way his side bounced back at the World Cup after their defeat by New Zealand should encourage them following a crushing loss in the first Ashes Test. England beat Australia by 169 runs with more than a day to spare in Cardiff on Saturday to go 1-0 up in the five-match series. Australia, set a mammoth 412 for victory, were dismissed for 242 in their second innings just over an hour after tea on the fourth day at Sophia Gardens.

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