1. Andrew Flintoff played all forms of the game and was one of the sport's leading all-rounders, a fast bowler, middle-order batsman, and slip fielder.
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4. Andrew Flintoff became a presenter of the BBC One show Top Gear in 2019.
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5. Andrew Flintoff made his Test match debut for England in 1998 against South Africa at Trent Bridge, in a match remembered for its second-innings duel between Mike Atherton and Allan Donald; in a precursor to their subsequent rivalry, Flintoff and Jacques Kallis exchanged wickets.
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9. In December 2005, Andrew Flintoff was crowned BBC Sports Personality of the Year for 2005, the first cricketer since Botham in 1981.
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11. Andrew Flintoff continued to captain England during the seven ODIs in India, although he was rested for two matches.
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15. Andrew Flintoff collected a half-century against Hampshire, although he was still yet to register a century in either domestic cricket or any form of the international game since that Trent Bridge instalment of the last home Ashes in 2005, which year accounted for his most recent Test five-for.
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17. Andrew Flintoff said that "Since 2005 I have just been plagued with injury so I've got the opportunity now to finish on a high by helping England to win the Ashes and it will give me great pleasure if I can play my last Test at the Oval and we can win the Ashes – it doesn't get any bigger than that.
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25. On 15 February 2015, Andrew Flintoff entered the first Australian series of I'm a Celebrity.
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26. Andrew Flintoff is a co-host for Australian Ninja Warrior, which first aired on the Nine Network in July 2017.
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31. In 2020, Andrew Flintoff presented a documentary that aired on the BBC One called Freddie Andrew Flintoff: Living With Bulimia.
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