Artistry continues in Ashes 2015: Caricatures hangover rules the roost
Image courtesy: Andrew Flintoff (Twitter)

Caricatures have become contagious among the English ranks. First we saw how the 2005 and the 2015 teammates got together for a cause, via caricatures. Now they have taken it, a step further.

Former English cricketer Andrew Flintoff recently tweeted that his caricature of Joe Root in a portrait sold for a whopping £560.

In another portrait posted by Stuart Broad, we find him capturing the “Vaughan 2005 Ashes” moment. The portrait is to encourage bidding rates seer in the market, all for a cause. [Also Read: Past and present England Ashes heroes draw caricatures to raise funds!]

And finally in another caricature released by Cricket United, Michael Vaughan has tried to recapture the ‘OMG Broad’ moment and has asked for a review.

In the future we may find teams adopting such noble ways of celebrating a win. A win for a cause, any day a noble idea!