[/vc[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][vc_column width=”1/3"]_c[/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_section el_class=”player-single-wrap”][vc_row msp_template=”player-page”][vc_column][vc_column_text]p style="text-align: center;">Andy Flower is undoubtedly the greatest cricketer to come from Zimbabwe. The highest run-getter for Zimbabwe in Test as well as One Day Internationals, Andy besieged almost every opposition, irrespective of the conditions he played in. After a successful playing career, Flower coached England to two Ashes series wins, both home and away and helped win England the ICC World Twenty20 in the Caribbean.
Former Cricketer, Former England Cricket Team Coach
Wicket-keeper batsman, Coach
Date of Birth:
28 April 1968
Age (as on 2018):
Cape Town, South Africa
Zodiac sign/Sun sign:
Oriel Boys’ High School and Vainona High School
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During the 2003 Cricket World Cup match against Namibia, Andy Flower and teammate Henry Olonga wore black armbands to protest against Robert Mugabe’s policies. This act led to Flower’s retirement from Zimbabwean cricket.
Former England batsman Kevin Pietersen blames ex-coach Andy Flower for his exit from England and has quoted “Andy Flower was always trying to find ways to get rid of me”.