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Greatest all-rounders of all time in Tests

Lav Kumar
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#12 Andrew Flintoff

Fourth Test: England v Australia
Andrew Flintoff

Andrew 'Freddie' Flintoff regarded as 'new Botham' in his younger days, scored 3845 runs in test cricket, in which he scored 5 centuries and 26 half centuries at an average of 31.77. He was a raw talent and used to bowl in excess of 140kmph. It fetched him 226 Test wickets in a career marred by injuries at an average of 32.78.

He is best remembered for his exhilarating performance in 2005 Ashes where he went on to score 402 runs along with 24 wickets. He averaged 31 with the bat and 32 with the ball in tests, and people might wonder what all the fuss is about but what these career figures miss to represent is the uplifting effect he had on the crowd and at finest on his teammates.

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