England captain Joe Root praised Moin Ali as a role model and after the all-rounder announced his decision to leave the longest form of the game on Monday, he said he would cause huge losses to the Test team. Moin, who made his Test debut in 2014, averaged 2,914 runs in 64 Tests at 28.29 and took 195 wickets with his nasty off-spin, but played minor Test cricket after the 2019 Ashes series.
The 34-year-old retired from the trials in 2019 after failing a federal deal before returning in May 2020. In February, England coach Chris Silverwood apologized for the confusion over Moin’s exit from India through a Test series after Roy. He said he actually chose to go home when he was given leave as part of a rotation policy.
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Moin was recalled to the Test side for the second match of his home summer series against India in August and played two more matches against the tourists. , Root told reporters that I could look back with regret that I could have done it a little differently.
One thing I can say when playing Mo is, he is talented. Look at the amount of games he has affected, the amount of special moments he has had on a cricket ground in the form of Test matches is exceptional.
“Moin, who wants to specialize in white ball cricket, was not appreciated enough outside the dressing room and he would cause a” big loss “to the test,” Rudd said. ” The dressing room, and he’s a great brain to learn and feed younger players, “Rudd said.