Cricket World Cup Moment
Cricket World Cup, Moeen Ali’s support role offers England’s unselfish star his earned Cricket World Cupmoment. Moeen Ali’s outstanding support role in England’s triumph against Pakistan won him the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup victory that an international career marked by such efforts deserved.
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Moeen Ali was forced to watch from the sidelines as England won the Cricket World Cup despite late drama. The spin-bowling all-rounder has been a mainstay of England’s 50-over squad for the preceding four years, scoring useful runs down the order at number seven and serving as an excellent second spinner. However, a dry spell with the bat and tournament circumstances that saw practically every side avoid bowling spin as much as possible left Moeen as a backup.
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England altered their pack to accommodate all four of their frontline fast bowlers (Jofra Archer, Mark Wood, Chris Woakes, and Liam Plunkett), and Moeen was left out.
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In 2021, the all-rounder stepped up with the bat, producing a key half-century to help his club reach the semi-finals. However the Cricket World Cup, New Zealand’s successful pursuit left Moeen with regrets. Could he have scored more goals in his 51* attempts from 37 balls? Perhaps.
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Despite a competition in which the England vice-captain had little chances to demonstrate his undeniable talent, there will be no regrets in 2022 Cricket World Cup. “It seemed like the greatest game I’d ever played in because obviously I was so keen to win it,” Moeen remarked after England’s MCG victory.
“I believe we earned it as a team.” I’m completely ecstatic.
“To win the World Cup after losing out on the final in 2016, then the semi-final (last year) when we definitely should have won, and then coming out here… it was an incredible performance.”
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His 19 off 13 in the final against Pakistan in Melbourne will go unnoticed at Cricket World Cup. But it was a significant and unselfish effort from a player who often finds himself in the support position for England. Every successful team needs a Ben Stokes; the big-moment hero who seizes the bull by the horns. They also want a Moeen Ali, the extremely popular team player who keeps morale up while sacrificing his personal stats for the sake of the team.
With the run rate increasing as the overs ticked away against Pakistan, someone needed to step up and relieve the strain on Stokes and Moeen completed the task.