Although Australians have been having a bad third Ashes Test at Edgbaston, the 35-year old Adam Voges captured a moment for himself to remember for a very long time when he took that unbelievable catch of Alastair Cook on Day-1. The English skiper couldn’t believe it first when he got out, but soon Voges, who took the catch even without looking at the ball, made everyone believe that he actually caught it. After winning the second Test with a huge margin of 405 at Lord’s, the visitors are repeating their Cardiff performance where the batsmen struggled to handle the England bowling attack. Live Cricket Scorecard: England vs Australia, The Ashes 2015 3rd Test at Edgbaston, Day 3

After the Australians were bowled out for 136 in the first innings, the hosts came in to bat with Cook and his fellow opener Adam Lyth taking the crease first. The former looked in fine touch as he was finding it easy to play the ball in the gaps in score runs before Michael Clarke introduced the spinner Nathan Lyon in the 18th over.

To Lyon’s short pitched delivery, Cook went back foot and pulled it with power. As Camera panned with his shot, the ball was nowhere in the sight. Once Australia started to cheer, the commentators came to know what exactly happened there. It was Voges at the short leg who somehow took the catch. READ: Shane Warne rebukes AFL anti-racism star Adam Goodes