David Warner showed good presence of mind to hit a grubber of a ball from Mohammad Hafeez out of the park. The part-timer was bowling the first ball of his quota, but it turned out to be a real trainwreck as it slipped out of his hand and landed halfway down the track. It had already taken a couple of bounces when Warner, having danced out of the track, whacked it into the top tier. That he sensed a facile six-hitting opportunity was a testimony to his game awareness. The umpire termed it a no-ball and Australia proved a big beneficiary, gaining seven runs without a ball being bowled.