Andrew Flintoff entertains fans with superb Elvis Impression during Big Bash Game
He might be 37, but when it comes to entertainment during cricket matches, you cannot keep Andrew Flintoff away for too long.
New Delhi: He might be 37, but when it comes to entertainment during cricket matches, you cannot keep Andrew Flintoff away for too long.
The former England all-rounder, entertained cricket fans across the world with an impressive Elvis Presley impersonation during his latest appearance in Australia's Big Bash League for the Brisbane Heat.
After former England cricket coach David Lloyd encouraged him to do so, Fredie duly obliged him with a minute-long rendition of 'In the Ghetto' for millions of viewers.
Flintoff was soon hailed by former England skipper Michael Vaughan who said cricket was all about entertainment and Flintoff just added to its fun.
— Michael Vaughan (@MichaelVaughan) January 15, 2015
"Hope my Elvis impersonation didn't offend any viewers @tensporttv !! #myherotheking," Flintoff later tweeted.
— andrew flintoff (@flintoff11) January 15, 2015
Flintoff is representing Brisbane Heat after coming out of retirement to play in the Twenty20 format of the game.