Sport Australia v Pakistan: David Warner again caught off a no-ball by debutant Musa Khan

07:15  30 november  2019
07:15  30 november  2019 Source:   sportingnews.com

Warner in another homegrown Test statement

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Yet another Pakistani debutant has been robbed of a maiden Test wicket after carelessly straying over the crease when bowling to Aussie opener David Warner.

With Warner cruising amid a monster innings of 226, seamer Musa Khan drew a false shot with a full ball outside off stump.

The left-hander got a thick edge to straight to Babar Azam at gully, but umpire Richard Illingworth's arm was extended for a no-ball.

Replays showed it was the correct call, with the 19-year-old's foot clearly over the line.

Check out the video below.

It's the second time in the two Tests that Warner has been given a reprieve by a bowler overstepping.

Last week in Brisbane, debutant Naseem Shah was left shattered after he had Warner caught behind only for the batsman to be called back as replays showed the 16-year-old had bowled a no-ball.

The moment in Adelaide compounded the visitors' misery, with Australia setting about building a mammoth total.

More to come.

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