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Clarke shines in Australia win
Captain Michael Clarke's eighth one-day international century paved the way for Australia to claim a comfortable 88-run win in the second NatWest Series match against England in Manchester.
Clarke struck 105 as Australia posted 315 for seven - their highest score against England in this country.
England lost early wickets in their pursuit of what would have been a record chase and never recovered to be bowled out for 227 from 44.2 overs.
Mitchell Johnson (two for 36) removed Michael Carberry and Jonathan Trott in the same over - which also included three wides - and when Joe Root was bowled by James Faulkner soon after England were 38 for three.
Jos Buttler (75) made his maiden ODI half-century and while Kevin Pietersen, promoted to open, and Eoin Morgan also passed fifty, the fact seven England batsmen failed to get into double figures undermine their hopes.
Australia's score, on a tricky surface, was built around a 155-run stand, from 133 balls, between Clarke and George Bailey (82) for the fourth wicket.
Clarke became the first Australian to score an ODI century at Emirates Old Trafford, from 94 balls, before he was caught behind off Boyd Rankin (two for 49).
Clint McKay (three for 47) was the pick of the Australia bowlers and completed his side's win when Steven Finn picked out Adam Voges at deep mid-wicket.
Australia lead the five-match series 1-0 after Friday's opener at Headingley was washed out without a ball being bowled. The third match is at Edgbaston on Wednesday.