NatWest "Freddie v Freddie" by M&C Saatchi

Freddie Flintoff bats against his greatest ever bowls in NatWest's latest ad.

Supporting cricket across Britain for the past 37 years, NatWest recruited England legend Freddie Flintoff to bat against his former self in an oddly sentimental spot. Using the best in bowl-based technology, NatWest created a machine capable of replicating any ball from the past 38 years of the sport. The England legend proved he's still got it, hitting himself for six on a desolate cricket ground in Ealing. The work was created by Matthew Collier and Wayne Robinson, and directed by Kevin Batchelor through Electric Robin.

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