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Moeen Ali Profile, News, Stats and Personal Life

Moeen Ali

Moeen Munir Ali

Born: On 18 June 1987
National Team: England
Height: 1.78 m (5 ft 10 in)
Batting: Left-handed batsman
Bowling: Right-arm off break bowler
Playing Role: All-rounder

Competence                   Test           ODI            FC           LA
Matche Played                   58             98             190          213
Scored                             2,769        1,713         11,063      4,986
Batting Avg                     30.09         25.56          37.24       28.65
100s&50s                         5/14          3/5            20/69      11/20
Best score                        155*          128             250          158
Wickets                            177             83              357         154
Bowling Avg                   36.37         47.85          38.00       43.77
5 wickets                           5                0                12             0
10 wickets                         1              n/a                2            n/a
Best bowling                   6/53          4/46            6/29         4/33

 

Moeen Munir Ali (know as Moeen Ali, Moe) is an English international cricketer. Playing as all-rounder, left-handed batsman and right-arm off-spinner. In the 2006 Under-19 World Cup, Ali also coached England and took his squad to the semi-finals. Because of restricted chances at Warwickshire, Moeen Ali moved to Worcestershire, the rival county team. He played a crucial part in winning the Pro-40 title in 2007 on his side, and there was much talk about one of his knocks, a blazing 46-ball century. The national selectors lastly selected him for the ODI series against West Indies and the following World T20 after working hard on the domestic circuit and demonstrating his all-round skills.

Considered a part-time spinner, Moeen’s Tests career graph jumped to a different stage when he picked 19 wickets against the Indian touring squad and surprised many. Always open to teaching, it was later recognized that Ali took advantage of Kumar Dharmasena technical advice, which was an umpire in the series. His Test career went from strength to strength, and he became a main member of the England unit. His career also went well side by side in the limited-overs cricket where he usually batted in the top order. After the 2015 World Cup debacle, though, things altered and the selectors left him out of the ODI team to be able to work on his red ball bowling.

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