Moeen Ali – Bio, Net Worth, Wife, Siblings, Nationality, Age, Facts

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moen ali is an English cricketer. He is an all-rounder for the England national team. He made his England debut in various forms in 2014 and won the 2019 Cricket World Cup. He will retire from Test cricket in 2021.

At domestic level, he has been with Worcestershire since 2007. He previously played for Warwickshire. He has also played for Royal Challengers Bangalore and Chennai Super Kings in the Indian Premier League, winning his first IPL at CSK in 2021.

What is Moen Ali famous for?

  • Famous British cricketer.

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Where does Moen Ali come from?

Moeen Ali was born on June 18, 1987. His real name is Moeen Muni Ali. His birthplace was in Birmingham, England. He has British nationality. His father is Munir Ali. There is currently no information about his mother. His father is of Pakistani descent. His grandfather immigrated to England from Mirpur, Kashmir, where he married Betty Cox, a white Englishman. He has two brothers, Kadel and Omar. He is of mixed (South Asian and British) ethnicity and his religion is Islam. His zodiac sign is Gemini.

Moen Ali’s career

  • Moeen Ali started playing cricket in Warwickshire. He was only 15 when he signed with the team.
  • In May 2005, he made his debut against Cambridge University.
  • After his contract expired in 2006, he signed with Worcestershire.
  • He made his debut for Worcestershire against Loughborough in April 2007.
  • He scored a maximum of 250 points against Glamorgan at New Road.
  • He helped Worcestershire secure promotion to Division 1 of the County Championship at the end of the 2010 season.
  • He continued to play club cricket in Bangladesh as an overseas player for Worcestershire after the 2010 season on the advice of Bangladesh all-rounder Shakib Hassan.
  • He plays for Mohamed Sports Club in the Hispahani Premier League.
  • His performances at Worcestershire in 2011 earned him a place in the 13-man England development team.

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  • In the 2013 season, he averaged 62 runs in Division 2 with a total of 1,375 runs, the highest of any batsman in top-notch cricket, and completed 4 centuries, 8 50s and 28 wickets.
  • He received County Cricket’s MVP Award as well as the PCA Player of the Year Award.
  • He played for the Zimbabwean side Matabeleland Tuskers in the 2012/13 season.
  • He also played for Bangladeshi team Rajshahi Royals in the 2012/13 season.
  • In 2018, he jumped the rapids for dynamism blasting glory.
  • He led Worcestershire to the T20 Blast Trophy final in 2019, but they lost to the Essex Eagles.
  • He was acquired by Royal Challengers Bengaluru for Rs 1.7 crore at a reserve price of Rs 1.5 crore in the 2018 IPL auction.
  • In the 2020 PSL draft of the Pakistan Super League, he was selected as a platinum draft pick by Multan Sultan.
  • He played for Capt Town Blitz in 2019.
  • He was released by RCB ahead of the 2021 Indian Premier League. He played three IPL seasons with RCB.
  • Chennai Super Kings snapped up Ali for almost £700,000 at the February 2021 IPL auction.
  • He became a key player for CSK to win the 2021 IPL. With the victory, he became the first Briton to win the IPL.
  • He was bought by the Birmingham Phoenix for the 2022 season.

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Moeen Ali International Career

  • He made his England U19s debut against Bangladesh after an outstanding performance in Warwickshire.
  • He eventually represented England at the 2006 U19 Cricket World Cup. As England U19 captain, he played for three and a half centuries, taking seven wickets in the competition.
  • He played his first A-level game against Derby County, where he got his first-team wicket.
  • On February 28, 2014, he made his ODI debut in a three-match series against West Indies.
  • He scored 44 points and took his maiden ODI wicket in his debut.
  • He scored his first half-century in the third game against West Indies.
  • He made his T20I debut against West Indies in March 2014.
  • He was part of England’s 2014 World T20 squad, but has scored 49 points in four matches without going into any wicket.
  • On 12 June 2014, he made his debut against Sri Lanka.
  • He completed his maiden century in the second Test of the series against Sri Lanka.
  • In the third Test against India, he took his first five wickets in Test cricket. They won the series 3-1.
  • He was part of the England team for the 2015 World Cup, where he was injured.
  • He led England to the T20 World Cup final in 2016. He and David Wiley set the record for the highest cooperation record (57*) for the 8th wicket in T20 World Cup history.
  • He is the first batsman in cricket history to successfully overturn the umpire three times in a row in the same innings. He appealed all three decisions by referee Kumar Dalmasena and survived England’s 2016-17 Test series against Bangladesh.
  • In the 2017 Test series against South Africa, he became the fifth fastest player in terms of games, scoring 2,000 runs and taking 100 wickets (28) in Tests.
  • He became the first English player since Ian Botham to score in half a century of Tests and take ten wickets in the same game. In 2017, he scored his first 10 wickets in the Test against South Africa.
  • He became the first England spinner to score a hat-trick in the same Test series against South Africa since 1938-39. It was The Oval’s first hat-trick.

Moen Ali World Cup 2019

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  • He is the only player to reach the feat of 25 wickets and 250 runs in four Test series.
  • He scored the second fastest century for England. In the third game of the ODI series against West Indies, he scored a century with just 53 balls.
  • He was part of the England team that won the 2019 Cricket World Cup. England won the Super Cup trophy after the two teams drew 241 points.
  • He captained England for the first time in a T20I match against Australia in September 2020.
  • He became the first Asian cricketer to captain England at the T20Is.
  • He also became the first Asian cricketer to captain England in any form since Nasser Hussain in 2003.
  • He will retire from Test cricket in September 2021.
  • He played 64 Test matches, scoring 2,914 runs and taking 195 wickets.
  • He was part of the England team who lost to New Zealand in the semi-finals of the 2021 ICC Men’s T20 World Cup.
  • He captained England in the 3rd, 4th and 5th T20I games due to Eoin Morgan’s injury.

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Who is Moen Ali’s wife?

Moen Ali is a married man. He is married to Firoza Hossain. The couple have a son named Kader Ali. More details about his personal life will be updated here.

What is Moen Ali Height?

Moeen Ali is 1.83 meters tall, or 6 feet tall. He weighs 161 pounds, or 73 kilograms. He has an athletic physique. His eyes are green and his hair is black. He is usually bald and has a long beard.

His sexuality is straight.

What is Moeen Ali Net Worth?

Moeen Ali is one of the most popular British cricketers. He started his professional cricketing career in Warwickshire in 2005. He has been playing for Worcestershire since 2017. He also plays for various teams around the world. He received a handsome salary from his contract. He made his England debut in 2014 and has been a key player in the team ever since. His other income comes from endorsements and sponsorships. All in all, he made a fortune from his cricketing career. Currently, his net worth is estimated at $8 million.

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