England secured one other memorable Ashes victory at Headingley after Harry Brook helped to arrange a three-wicket win over Australia within the third check on Sunday to maintain the five-match sequence alive.
Brook and Chris Woakes (32 not out) had shared a match-changing 59-run partnership for the seventh wicket on the fourth day earlier than Brook was caught off Mitchell Starc to make it an more and more tense end. England was then at 230-7 with a goal of 251.
Enjoying his tenth check match, Brook scored 75 off 93 balls with 9 fours.
Woakes and Wooden (16 not out) held on with Woakes hitting the successful boundary late within the afternoon session towards Starc as England completed on 254-7.
Australia leads 2-1 with the fourth check at Outdated Trafford beginning on July 19.
By lunch, England had moved to 153-4 and inside 98 runs of its goal, 4 years on from a well-known Ben Stokes-inspired victory on the similar venue.
However the match swung Australia’s manner early within the afternoon session when England captain Stokes was caught behind for under 13 and Jonny Bairstow (5) was bowled each towards Starc, who completed with 5-78.
The dramatic win was the most recent twist in an excellent Ashes sequence that deservedly stayed alive.