Andrew Flintoff

English cricket legend Andrew Flintoff has been taken to clinic after a mishap while shooting for famous BBC network show “Top Stuff”, English media reports said. The 45-year-old was given clinical consideration at the scene prior to being moved to clinic, the BBC news site said, adding that his wounds are not remembered to life-undermine. The occurrence occurred on Tuesday at the program’s test track at Dunsfold Park Aerodrome, south of London.

Flintoff, a commended all-rounder otherwise called “Freddie”, played 79 Tests for Britain prior to resigning from cricket matured 32.

“Freddie was harmed in a mishap at the Top Stuff test track toward the beginning of today with team surgeons going to the scene right away,” a BBC representative expressed, as per the BBC and Sky.

He has been taken to emergency clinic for additional treatment and we will affirm more subtleties in due course. “During his cricket vocation, Flintoff assumed a critical part in Britain winning the Remains in 2005 and 2009.