England paceman Steve Finn struck back for England by removing Phillip Hughes for 12 and Ricky Ponting for one as Australia slumped to 34-2 in their second innings in the third Ashes Test in Perth on Friday.
The struggling Australian captain, having managed 12 in the first innings following a duck and nine in the second Test at Adelaide, feathered a catch off his glove to wicketkeeper Matt Prior.
England appealed for a review after Ponting was given not out and celebrated after the TV replay showed he had touched the ball.
Finn earlier continued Hughes's struggles, coaxing a nick from the 22-year-old opener that went straight to Paul Collingwood's safe hands at third slip.
Australia earlier bowled England out for 187 to take an 81-run lead at the WACA ground but will need to survive another hour's play to stumps.