David Warner was in sublime touch before a brain-fade moment resulted in his departure. He tried to play a cut shot on the bowling of Shadab Khan but missed the ball completely,

David Warner was in sublime touch before a brain-fade moment resulted in his departure. He tried to play a cut shot on the bowling of Shadab Khan but missed the ball completely, which landed into the gloves of the wicketkeeper Mohammad Rizwan. The bowler and the wicketkeeper thought Warner has nicked the ball and started celebrating.

Even the umpire raised his finger and the batter had to go back to the pavilion. However, there was no edge of Warner’s bat and the player didn’t even go for DRS to correct the wrong decision. He scored 49 off 30 balls, which included 3 sixes and 3 fours.

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