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From His Debut In 1998 Flintoff Became An Integral Player For England

 
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Andrew “Freddie” Flintoff MBE (born 6 December 1977) is a broadcaster and former English cricketer who played for Lancashire County Cricket Club, England and the Indian Premier League team Chennai Super Kings. From his debut in 1998, Flintoff became an integral player for England, and has both captained and vice-captained 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.

Though Andrew Flintoff Hit Possibly His Worst International Batting Form During The Test

 
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In the same year England’s management made clear they were unhappy with his fitness and weight, Flintoff responded to his critics with 42 not out in a one day game against Zimbabwe on his home ground of Old Trafford, forming an explosive second wicket stand with Graeme Hick; as he collected the Man of the Match award he remarked his performance was “not bad for a fat lad”. Though he hit possibly his worst international batting form during the Test series, frustrating him to the point that he broke down in tears in the dressing room at one stage, he later saw the tour as a turning point in his career, specifically the crucial final one-day match. Although injury prevented him from bowling, he was called into the England squad for the 2004 Nat West One Day International (ODI) Series against New Zealand and the West Indies as a specialist batsman, scoring two consecutive centuries in the series and hitting seven sixes in one innings.

Though Andrew Flintoff Hit Possibly His Worst International Batting Form During The Test

 
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A tall (6′ 4″) fast bowler, batsman and slip fielder, Flintoff according to the ICC rankings was consistently rated amongst the top international allrounders in both ODI and Test cricket. His nickname “Freddie” or “Fred” comes from the similarity between his surname and that of Fred Flintstone. Though he hit possibly his worst international batting form during the Test series, frustrating him to the point that he broke down in tears in the dressing room at one stage, he later saw the tour as a turning point in his career, specifically the crucial final one-day match. in the summer of 2003 he scored a century and three fifties in the 5 Test series against South Africa at home, and continued to excel on the tour of the West Indies in March and April 2004, taking five wickets in the Test in Barbados, and scoring a century in Antigua.

Andrew Flintoff Is A Challenger That Is Still Considered At The Top

 
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Andrew Flintoff is a challenger that is still considered at the top if his game. People will be talking about him in the sporting world for years to come. No one contestant or otherwise has legs like Andrew Flintoff. But he stays in peak condition even in the off season.. Get more data on Andrew Flintoff here at Celeb Sunset.

Over The Course Of Englands Recordbreaking Summer Andrew Flintoff Hit A Halfcentury In

 
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A tall (6′ 4″) fast bowler, batsman and slip fielder, Flintoff according to the ICC rankings was consistently rated amongst the top international allrounders in both ODI and Test cricket. Flintoff was captain of the England Under-19 team for their “Test” match tour to Pakistan in 1996/7 and at home against Zimbabwe in 1997. He matched this haul in the Second Test against the West Indies at Edgbaston in July, hitting a first-class best figure of 167. Over the course of England’s record-breaking summer, he hit a half-century in all seven victorious Tests against New Zealand and the West Indies. Following the Test series in South Africa in December 2004 and January 2005, Flintoff flew home for surgery on his left ankle, leading to worries he might not regain fitness in time for The Ashes. England won the game by the narrowest of margins – just 2 runs, and saved their hopes of regaining the Ashes. He took 5 wickets on the fourth day of the final Test match, enabling England to go off for bad light and helping them to eventually secure a draw and regain the Ashes.

Andrew Flintoff Gets All Kinds Of TV Coverage When He Competes

 
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Mark Sanchez has had a outstanding career in competitions. He gets all kinds of TV coverage when he competes. At a athletic competitions, Chad Ochocinco always shows off his extraordinary championships.. For the latest updates and Leo Messi updates, check back to Celeb Sunset.

Andrew Flintoff Has No Problem Drawing In Talent Around Him

 
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Andrew Flintoff is a sporting competitor that has managed to impress his peers. He has no problem drawing in talent around him.. For the latest information on Jason Taylor, be sure to check back here on Celeb Sunset.

 

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