Andrew Flintoff

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In conversation with Simi Garewal, Yuvraj Singh talks about his fight with Andrew Flintoff and how the incident motivated him to hit six ...
May it be the cannabis, the aluminium bat or the underarm delivery, the protagonists of cricket have shown that they have some fascination for ...
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Back in August, I wrote an article about bringing back an old player to save Australia. However, a little later down the line, it seems the tables ...
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It’s that time of the year again folks! The Indian Premier League auctions will be held in a little over a month from now and the franchises ...
Jonathan Trott The alleys must have all turned dark. The narrow lanes that inhabit the maze that lies between the ears seem to have clogged all at ...
Eight years ago, on September 12, England pulled off the biggest cricketing heist by upstaging old rivals Australia to secure the Ashes urn for the ...
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It was the 2nd Test between England and Australia at Lords, 2009. Andrew Flintoff bowled a delivery to Phillip Hughes. Hughes edged the ball to ...
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We all know cricket is referred to as a gentleman’s game. But here’s an example of players portraying how ungentlemanly it can be. ...
Brett Lee (L) and Glenn McGrath of Australia celebrate after holding on to draw the match during day five of the Third npower Ashes Test between ...
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It’s the beginning of a new week and it’s time we bring you the top tweets of the week: Andrew Flintoff has a great sense of humour, ...
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England won the second Test of the 2005 season just by 2 runs, thanks to Andrew Flintoff’s all-round performance in the 2nd innings. It is ...
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Andrew Flintoff nicknamed Freddie Flintoff, is a professional boxer and former Englishcricketer who played for Lancashire County Cricket Club, Chennai Super Kings and England. A fast bowler, batsman and slip fielder, Flintoff was consistently rated by the ICC as being among the top international allrounders in both ODI and Test cricket. Following his debut in 1998, Flintoff became an integral player for England, serving as both captain and vice-captain of the team. During the period 2007–09 he played in only 13 of England's 36 Test matches, but nevertheless remained a core member of the England squad, being selected whenever available. On 15 July 2009 he announced his retirement from Test cricket at the conclusion of the 2009 Ashes series, on 24 August, but made himself available for future commitments in One Day International and Twenty20 International matches. Since retiring from cricket, Flintoff has become a broadcaster and professional boxer. He made his professional boxing debut on 30 November 2012 in Manchester, beating American Richard Dawson on a points decision.

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