Moeen Ali's cricket career can be described in a single phrase, 'Life is a circle... What goes around comes around.' After making his debut for the England national team in ODIs in February 2014, he himself took a lot of time to realise his true talent. The Birmingham-born all-rounder started his career as an elegant batsman following the surprise retirement of Graeme Swann. However, it was his magical off-spin that earned him all the fame later in his life. In the recent past, he developed himself into a promising batsman at the number three spot in the Test team. He played his first Test against Sri Lanka in June 2014 at Lord's. He contributed with both bat and ball to cement his place in the Test team.read more
PAK vs ENG, 6th T20I: Pakistan now have a lead of 3-2 and the English team will have to toil very hard to force things into a series decider. As of now, apart from Mohammad Rizwan, the Pakistan batting hasn't quite fired completely and they will want to address this issue
PAK vs ENG, 6th T20I: Weighing into the matter, Jos Buttler and Moeen Ali have clarified their stand on the mode of dismissal and the spirit of the game.
PAK vs ENG: Pakistan openers Babar Azam and Mohammad Rizwan ran the show with 203-run opening partnership to help Pakistan beat England by 10 wickets on Thursday
PAK vs ENG, 1st T20I: Moeen Ali stated that England's tour to Pakistan will give his side good competitive game time and his troops are looking forward to the contest that they have at their hands.
ENG vs PAK, 1st T20I: Jos Buttler remains unsure of active participation. Buttler is currently nursing a calf injury and looking at the whirlwind of T20Is in the lead-up to the World Cup, Buttler will not risk himself.
The scenario completely changed when Moeen Ali joined Jonny Bairstow who is having the summer of his life. Along with Bairstow Moeen Ali stitched a partnership of 106 runs.
With a new captain in Jos Buttler and a new white-ball coach Matthew Motts, the English outfit has a lot of planning to do and they will want to identify their mistakes and work towards them before they take the field against India for the second ODI
Moeen, who has scored 2914 runs and has picked 195 wickets from 64 Test matches quit Test cricket last year. However, the spinner plays an important role in the white-ball formats.
Moeen Ali put on an absolute exhibition as he pounded his way to second-fastest fifty of the season in just 19 balls against Rajasthan Royals. Moeen was striking them good, but all hell broke loose when he smashed 30 runs off Trent Boult's over.
Moeen Ali who plays for England has troubled Virat with his spell several times during international matches
Moeen Ali joined CSK squad after their first match in IPL 2022 as he faced visa delay ahead of tournament opener.
CSK, four-time IPL champions, will take on last edition's runner-up side Kolkata Knight Riders in the opening match of the this year's IPL at the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai on Saturday.
Moeen shone despite the tourists losing the five-match series 3-2 in Barbados.
With this win, England has levelled the five-match series at 2-2 and the series decider will go ahead on Sunday evening.
The 34-year-old Ali, a spin bowling all-rounder, announced retirement from the longest format of the game on Monday.
The 34-year-old all-rounder, who played 60-odd Test matches since his debut seven years ago, has reportedly taken the call with a prolonged T20 World Cup and Ashes assignments right after the IPL 2021.
England's seasoned all-rounder Moeen Ali has announced his retirement from Test cricket to prolong his career in the white-ball formats, confirmed England and Wales Cricket Board.
Moeen's elevation comes after Jos Buttler was given a paternity break due to the impending arrival of his second child.
The English off-spinner dismissed Ajinkya Rahane (61) and Ravindra Jadeja (3) as India lost three wickets for 20 runs to finish the fourth day of the second Test at 181 for six; leading by 154 runs.
The spinning all-rounder will train with the squad on Tuesday, according to a statement from England and Wales Cricket Board.