England all-rounder Moeen Ali, who was not part of the England squad in the recent series against Sri Lanka because of COVID-19, believes he still has a match-winner inside him. He made a statement that he still has a lot left to achieve.
The 33-years old English all-rounder is struggling to get his rhythm for the last some years. He already contributed to the team with bat and bowl both over the years. In 60 Test matches, Moeen Ali has scored 2782 runs. He has 14 centuries and 14 half-centuries in his name with the best score of 155. Also, with the ball, he has 181 wickets in hand, which makes him a good all-rounder of England team.
Ahead of the first Test against India starting from 5 February, Moeen Ali wants to make the most of the opportunity and will try his best to get the rhythm back.
“I feel like I’ve still got wickets, runs, and match-winning performances in me. Having a break 18 months or so ago, during that, I felt like I still have it in me to do well,” Moeen Ali said.