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Related Links : The Ashes : Scorecard England couldn't have asked for a better day of Ashes as they piled up the runs throughout the day and towards the fag end of play, picked up a wicket to have Aussies on the backfoot. Justin Langer, the opener in prime form, who had scored a fifty and a century ......

Related Link : England Player Pages Full Name: Andrew Flintoff Born: 6 December 1977, Preston, Lancashire Major Teams: Lancashire, ICC World XI, England Batting Style: Right Hand Bat Bowling Style: Right Arm Fast Test Debut: England Vs South Africa at Trent Bridge, Nottingham, 4th Test, 1998 ODI Debut: England Vs Pakistan at Sharjah CA...

Related Links : The Ashes : Scorecard England continued their Ashes fight back which they had shown in the second innings of the opening Test Match at the Gabba. In the second Test at the Adelaide Oval, they came out of a tricky 45 for 2 to end the first day’s play at a good looking 266 for ......

Related Links : Andrew Flintoff England's match winning all-rounder Andrew Flintoff has given a shock to all his fans and team members by announcing his retirement from Test Cricket. The all-rounder will retire at the end of this Ashes Series. Freddie Flintoff is just 31 years old and has still plenty to achieve in the sport ......

Related Links : 2nd Test Scorecard | England's Tour of India 2008/09 Kevin Pietersen scored a magnificent 144 and Freddie Flintoff provided solid support to him as England rattled India for the first time with the bat on the tour. Pietersen unleashed a series of switch-hits and sweep shots that made the Indian spin threat look ......

Related Links : 2nd Test Scorecard | England’s Tour of India 2008/09 England found some luck going their way finally in the Mohali Test but it came rather too late. The homeside despite a batting collapse had stitched together a big first innings total of 453 on a sporting wicket. Gautam Gambhir and Rahul Dravid continued ......

Related Links : 1st Test Scorecard | England’s Tour of India 2008/09 Andrew Strauss once again came in India’s way to consolidate his team’s chances of winning the Chennai Test. Along with a busy Paul Collingwood, Strauss got England out of the woods from 43 for 3 to 172 for 3 at close of play on ......

Related Links : 1st Test Scorecard | England’s Tour of India 2008/09 England find themselves in the Driver’s Seat in the Chennai Test as they pushed a strong Indian batting side to 155 for 6 at close of an eventful second day’s play. As many as 11 wickets went down on a track that was no ......

Related Links : Link to 3rd ODI Scorecard | England's Tour of India 2008/09 India has clinched a hat-trick of wins amidst fading light at the Green Park Stadium in Kanpur. The homeside was clever enough to keep its head cool and work its way to a total that was 16 runs ahead of the Duckworth ......

Related Links : 5th ODI Scorecard | South Africa in England 2008 England's dreams of making a 5-0 clean sweep in the NatWest Series was spoilt by some really bad weather at Cardiff in Wales. The match was abandoned and England had to settle with 4-0. Andrew Flintoff was awarded as the Player of the Series. The ......