Vaughan has apprehensions about Flintoff return.
Former England captain Michael Vaughan has said that his former ace all-rounder Andrew Flintoff will not find it easy to come back and play again, albeit in the shortest form of the game.
Flintoff, 36, last played an international cricket match nearly five years ago and has now signed back on for his county side Lancashire to play in the T20 Blast this season.
“Delivering the ball out of the hand he will be absolutely fine. But we’ll wait and see if he’ll be able to whack the ball out the ground,” Vaughan was quoted by BBC Sport.
“He is a hero for all of us for what he did in the Ashes. As for how well he’ll do, I just think the game has moved on.”
Despite Vaughan’s reservations, Flintoff is looking fit enough to take to the cricket field once again, and the veteran could be a handful, particularly with the ball in hand, if he decides to give it his all.
Above all, the former Test cricketer is motivated to play cricket once again as he feels that he has some unfinished business with the sport, which should make watching ‘Freddie’ Flintoff an exciting experience for English cricket fans once again.