Moeen Ali Announced Retirement From Test Cricket
English all-rounder Moeen Ali announced his retirement from Test cricket. The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) has confirmed the departure of Moeen Ali from the longest format in cricket. Moeen Ali said goodbye to test cricket but will focus on limited-overs cricket.
Moeen Ali, a 34-year-old all-rounder, has been rumored to be bidding farewell to red-ball cricket since Monday (September 26) morning. The ECB confirmed the matter in a press release a few hours after the rumors finally surfaced.
Regarding his departure, Moeen Ali said, ‘I am now 34 years old. I want to play cricket as long as possible and enjoy the game. ‘
Moeen Ali Retires from Test cricket, he said, ‘Test cricket is great. Having a good day here is more enjoyable than any other format of cricket. I enjoyed the Test match. I played with the biggest teams in the world. I am happy with it, I think I was able to give my best even with the ball. ‘
Moeen Ali made his Test debut in 2014 against Sri Lanka at Lord’s. Since then he has played in 64 Tests in England. He took 195 wickets with the ball and 2914 runs with the bat.
Moeen Ali was on a temporary break from red-ball cricket for a long time before saying goodbye. He returned to Test cricket in March this year after a 16-month hiatus in India’s Chennai Test. He has announced his retirement from Test cricket.
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