This was England's highest successful fourth-innings chase and the tenth highest in Test history.
Ben Stokes' unbeaten knock of 135 saw England chase down 359 against Australia on the fourth day of the third Test against Australia.
Standing in first slip, David Warner was airborne when he grasped the catch as Joe Root came down the wicket to Nathan Lyon and tried to whip the off-spinner through the leg side.
Australia lead the five-match series 1-0 and victory in Leeds will see them retain the Ashes at 2-0 up with two to play.
ENG vs AUS 3rd Test Day 4 Highlights, Ashes 2019: Ben Stokes smashed his 8th Test century to power England beat Australia by one wicket.
At stumps, England were 156/3, still needing a further 203 runs to reach a target of 359.
After England collapsed to 67 all out on the second day of the third Test at Headingley, Geoffrey Boycott heavily criticised England batsmen.
England vs Australia 3rd Test Day 3 Highlights, Ashes 2019: England need 203 runs to win while Australia are seven wickets away from retaining the Ashes.
Fast bowler Josh Hazlewood took 5/30 in an England innings that was wrapped up inside 28 overs.
ENG vs AUS 3rd Test Day 2 Highlights, Ashes 2019: Marnus Labuschagne brought up his third consecutive half-century in Tests as Australia post 171/6 on day 2.
England, looking to level this series at 1-1, reduced Australia to 25/2 after home captain Joe Root won the toss.
ENG vs AUS 3rd Test Day 1 Highlights, Ashes 2019: David Warner and Marnus Labuschagne shared 100-run stand against England in the 3rd Ashes Test.
Steve Smith has been ruled out of the third Ashes Test at Headingley after being concussed by a Jofra Archer 92 mph bouncer in the drawn second Test at Lord's.
Jason Roy was struck by a throw-down from ex-England international Marcus Trescothick.
With Steve Smith ruled out of the third Ashes Test due to delayed concussion, England have the best chance to snap Australia's lead in the five-match series.
Steve Smith was hit on the neck by Jofra Archer during the 2nd Test and was left out of the squad for the 3rd Test.
Justin Langer insisted his side would not be sidetracked from their goal of becoming the first Australia side in 18 years to win an Ashes series in England.