Moeen Ali Profile: ICC Ranking, Age, Biography, Career Info & Stats

Moeen Ali Profile

Introduction of Moeen Ali: Moeen Munir Ali used to play for Warwickshire but has now switched to Worcestershire in domestic cricket. He is a veteran of several Twenty20 competitions, notably the Indian Premier League with the Royal Challengers Bangalore and Chennai Super Kings teams. He also has the cricketing experience, having previously represented Warwickshire.

Ali made his debut in all three formats in the same year (2014) and remained a regular member of England’s Test team until 2021.

The 2019 Cricket World Cup-winning English team included him on its roster. Ali bats left-handed and spins the ball with his left arm. He has a wide range of skills and is valued for them all.

The early life of Moeen Ali-

Ali’s early years were spent in Birmingham. His grandfather was from Mirpur, Kashmir, and immigrated to England; his grandmother, Betty Cox, was a white Briton.

His grandpa immigrated to England, and his grandmother was a white Briton, thus he may claim both Pakistani and English heritage.

He can converse in Urdu and Punjabi with ease. He was known as “the beard that’s feared” during his time with Worcestershire. Ali’s father was a wealthy taxi driver and psychiatric nurse. 

At one point in his youth, he lived alongside the cricket players Kabir Ali (his first cousin), Naqash Tahir, and Rawat Khan.

They all three ended up having productive and fruitful professional lives. His brothers, Kadeer and Omar, share his athleticism and love for cricket.

Ali has always had a deep love for the sport of football and has been a diehard Liverpool F.C. fan since he was a little boy.

The career of Moeen Ali-

Ali represented England for the first time in a Twenty20 International against Australia at Southampton on September 8, 2020. Since Nasser Hussain in 2003, no English cricket team has been led by an Asian player.

He made history when he became the first Asian player to lead England in Twenty20 internationals. Also, he was included in England’s T20 World Cup team in September of 2021.

In 6 World Cup matches, he contributed 92 runs and 7 wickets. He will be the vice-captain of the Twenty20 team representing England in the West Indies in 2022.

When Eoin Morgan was hurt during the third, fourth, and fifth Twenty20 Internationals, Moeen Ali took over as captain.