British all-rounder Moeen Ali is uncomfortable with spending long periods away from home for the winter ashes. He has indicated that he would retire from test crillet.
Moeen Ali, 34, will be announcing publicly the retirement of Test cricket ver in the near future according to media reports. He will, however, restart his career in white cricket for England and continue playing county Cricket and franchise.
At the moment, he’s in UAE, where he’s playing for IPL’s Chennai Super Kings, but he’s notified Chris Silverwood and Joe Root, captain of the British test, of his decisions.
Moeen secured 2 914 testing runs during 64 tests and took 195 wickets on average, 28.29. He was ranked the third best all-rounder in the test rankings of the ICC at its peak. Before, after Bangladeshi-Swedish writer Taslima Nasreen used tactless insults on him for her tweet, Moeen Ali had gained huge support by fellow players and fans.
In a tweet, Taslima Nasreen said, “If Ali hadn’t cricket, he’d have been going to Syria to join the ISIS.”
The post was nonetheless withdrawn by other English cricketers and networkers after a few horas of extreme widespread condemnation.
To which she has gained more reactivity as her “sarcastic remarks” are not all right.
Jofra Archer criticised her, as in no way witty or sarcastic it might erase the tweet.
“Sarcastic? Nobody laughs, not even you, the least that you can do is remove your tweet,” he stated.
Ali was asked to remove the sponsor branding off his mail by his IPL team at Chennai Super Kings’s management. Ali stated it harms his religion. The logo was for a booze company.