England cricketing legend Andrew Flintoff showed that he is not just talented on the wicket when he donned Precision Goalkeeping gloves for a half time challenge at the Manchester derby.

As part of the filming for popular Sky game show A League of their Own, Flintoff was tasked with saving the penalties of host James Corden and comedian contestant Jack Whitehall.

Flintoff, wearing the same gloves as the likes of Leicester City stopper Kasper Schmeichel, pulled off a stunning save to deny Corden’s spot kick, which has gone viral across the internet.

You can watch the video, viewed over 2 million times online, below:

Following his save, Flintoff said that he is ‘open to offers’ and could be staking a claim to join the Precision Goalkeeping stable on a permanent basis.

The Precision Goalkeeping stable features a range of stoppers, including Kasper Schmeichel, Kieren Westwood, Frank Fielding, David Forde, Darren Randolph, Robert Olejnik, Ian McLoughlin, Trevor Carson and Republic of Ireland goalkeeping coach and former international Alan Kelly.

Former England manager Graham Taylor is lead brand ambassador for Precision and the Nottingham based company also have official partnerships with McDonalds, Vauxhall, the Irish Football Association and Football Association of Wales.

For more information regarding the Precision Goalkeeping range go to www.precisiontraining.uk.com.

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