Moeen Munir Ali is an English international cricketer. As an all-rounder, he plays the left-handed bats and right-arm off-spinner. Before joining the English International Cricket, Moeen played county cricket for Warwickshire and later for Worcestershire. He represents England and is part of the squad that won the 2019 Cricket World cup.
|Full Name||Moeen Munir Ali|
|Bowl Style||Right-arm off break|
|Birth Date||18th June 1987|
|Height||6 ft 1 in (1.83m)|
|Net Worth||$ 8 million|
|Teams||England cricket team, Chennai Super Kings, Multan Sultans, and Worcestershire County cricket club|
Moeen Ali has played 112 ODI matches. He made 89 innings, and 1877 runs out of 1853 balls faced at an average of 25.02. In addition, he batted at a strike rate of 101.29 and had 14 not out in all the matches. However, he has also made 162 fours, 63 sixes, five fifties, and three centuries. His highest batting in the ODIs was 155* against Sri Lanka.
He has played 63 Test series matches making 109 innings, and 2879 runs out of 5622 balls. His batting average is 28.50 at a strike rate of 51.20. Throughout his test career, he has made eight not out in an innings. Additionally, he has also made 348 fours, 30 sixes,14 fifties, and five hundred.
In the twenty-twenty format, Moeen Ali played a total of 38 matches. He scored 35 innings, and 437 runs out of 321 balls. His average in this series is 16.18 at a strike rate of 136.13, and he batted out eight times. In addition, he has made forty-fours, twenty-sixes, two fifties, and surprisingly zero centuries in this series.
In first-class cricket, Moeen Ali has played a total of 197 matches. It is the format where he has played the highest number of games. With that, he has made 337 innings with 11299 runs out of 20522 balls faced. His batting average is 36.44 at a strike rate of 55.05, and he has batted out on innings 27 times. He has the highest number of fours of 1455 compared to other formats. In addition, he scored 137 sixes, 69 fifties, and 20 centuries.
He has bowled 63 matches and made 111 innings, and 7031 runs out of 11698 balls. In his Test career, he has been able to score 278 maidens. In addition, Moeen Ali picked 193 wickets with an average of 36.43. Ali has an economy rate of 3.60 and a strike rate of 60.61. He became the best bowler in innings with a rate of 6/53 playing against South Africa. In addition, he was also the best bowler in the match and scored 10/112. In four wickets in innings, he had 13, while in 5W, he had five, and 10W, he managed to bag 1.
Out of 112 matches, Moeen Ali made 104 innings with 4424 runs out of 5056 balls. However, he also made ten maidens in overs. He picked 87 wickets in this format with an average of 50.85 and an average number of runs per over of 5.25. And an average of 58.11and 5.25 balls bowled per wicket taken. He scored 4/46 against Australia in the best bowling in innings (BBI) and the best bowling match (BBM). In addition to four wickets in an innings, he had one and zero in both 5W and 10W.
In T201, Moeen Ali has played a total of 38 matches. He made 33 innings with 684 runs out of 487 balls. In this format, he picked 21 wickets at an average of 32.57. He also had an economy rate of 8.42 and a strike rate of 23.19. When England played India, Ali had a BBI and BBM of 2/21.
In his first-class career, he has played 197 matches. He scored 291 innings with 14372 runs out of 24328 balls. He also made 591 overs with a run, picking 380 wickets. In addition, he managed an average of 37.82 and a 3.53 average of runs per over. He bowled at s strike rate of 64.28 with a BBI of 6/29 and BBM of 12/96 playing against Lancashire. In four wickets, he picked 17, in 5W twelve and 10W 2.
Played against Sri Lanka at the Lord’s on 12-16th June 2014, and Sri Lanka won.
Played against West Indies at Sir Vivian Richards Stadium on 28th February 2014, England won.
Played against West Indies at Bridgetown on 11th March 2014, and West Indies won.
England cricketer Moeen Ali has a charity partnership with Sports Legacy Foundation. The partnership will help him build a cricket legacy program for communities in the West Midlands and Birmingham. As per the agreement. Moeen Ali will build regional potential by offering coaching and competition at the foundation ground.
The foundation is known for establishing the sport for life international legacy. It benefits students within the age bracket of 8-18 in Birmingham, West Indies, and Pakistan. Kabir Ali, former England, Lancashire player, and Munir and Kadeer Ali Moeen’s father and brother, will also guide the foundation. In addition, Gulf Riaz, Chair of the National Asian Cricket Council, will also be involved.
In addition, Moeen Ali is also the brand ambassador to the foundation Orphans in need. He has been working with the less fortunate for a while before he became the brand ambassador. To support the cause further, he donated his bat sponsorship to Orphans in Need. And this surprised everyone because the place is usually a reserve for a player’s personal sponsor.
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