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David Warner saved by DRS, walks after wicket, video

Australia beat Zimbabwe in the first ODI which included a special moment with David Warner and DRS.

The surprise came in the 17th over when Warner was given no catch behind.

However, after Zimbabwe called for a review, it began to return to the changing rooms.

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Warner almost made it off the ground, but when he saw the replays showing nothing on the hotspot, he stopped in his tracks.

Snicko made some noise but it was deemed there was insufficient evidence to overturn the on-field decision, meaning Warner was called back to the crease.

Warner had a smile on his face and pointed to the screen, probably knowing he was carrying one.

Nathan Lyon was shocked by the revelation and said: “To be honest with you, I don’t know what to say.

“Honestly, sitting here looking at that and listening to the stump microphone, I thought he was out … I believe he was out.”

Sikandar Raza finally got his man bowling Warner for 57 off 66 balls.

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