Listen up, Rogue Ricky

Listen up, Punter. Flintoff rates your rogue bowling:

A break in France did me the world of good and I came home feeling refreshed for Trent Bridge. I went in to bat shortly after Michael Vaughan had edged Ricky Ponting behind. I soon began to understand how Vaughan had got out because those first couple of overs from Ponting were some of the hardest bowling I had faced all summer. It was a really testing period for me, probably the hardest throughout the Ashes series. You can get used to the pace and types of deliveries when you are facing Lee or Glenn McGrath all the time, but Ponting was a rogue element.

Shall post some more about Flintoff’s book shortly.

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