Moeen Ali is a left-handed batsman and right-arm off-spinner of England cricket national team, who has played for county teams like Worcestershire. He was a part of the 2019 England World Cup cricket winning team and played against Australia in the 2019 Ashes series.
After England got defeated in the Ashes 2019, Moeen took a short break from cricket and is now looking forward to returning to England Test cricket in an international comeback.
Moeen Ali, A Famous Cricketer Life, Wiki
Born as Moeen Munir Ali on 18 June 1987, Moeen's Birth Place is in Birmingham, England. The all-round cricketer began playing cricket for Warwickshire when he was just fifteen years old. Soon after that, the 32-years-old Munir hailed the consecutive NBC Denis Compton Awards in 2004 and 2005.
As for the physical attributes, Moeen has a height of 1.78 m (5 feet and 10 inches) and weighs around 137 lbs (62 kg).
It's of no surprise that English all-round cricketer Moeen Ali is a married man. He tied a knot with his wife named Firuza Ali, but the actual date of the wedding is unknown.
The couple is a proud parent to their son Abu Bakr Ali, who was born in 2014, and a daughter named Haadhiya Ali. His wife Firuza chose their daughter's name as Haadiya, which means 'a gift' and 'guidance to righteousness.'
Moeen Ali with his wife and children (Photo: thetimes.co.uk)
As of now, family means everything for both Moeen and his wife, Firuza, who are nourishing their two children, Hadiya and Abu Bakr.
Moeen Ali was born into a family of cricketers. His brothers and cousins have represented various cricket country clubs. Both his brothers Oman Ali and Kadeer Ali, are English County Cricketers. Also, his cousin Kabir Ali played for Lancashire in the English County Championship.
Moeen carries a Kashmiri descent, where his grandfather immigrated to England from Azad Kashmir. On the other hand, his grandmother Betty Cox was of British origin. His parents, Munir Ali, is a psychiatric nurse and worked as a taxi driver. His father, Munir Ali, is also the patriarch of the Ali clan of Birmingham.
Career And Net Worth
Moeen Ali's professional career for the England club began after he got called up to England squad ahead of their Australian Ashes tour in 2014. He was included for the 2014 ICC World Twenty20 in Bangladesh and made his T20 debut in 2014 as a part of England's squad. His first World Cup match was in the 2015 campaign against Australia in 2015.
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During his first test match against Pakistan in 2015, Moeen struggled with his ball and making little impact on batting. He was in the lower middle order in the test match against Sri Lanka in 2016 but proved his worth by smashing the victory by 241 runs. He triumphed in ODI against South Africa, Afghanistan, and won the second test against Pakistan.
With some test victories over his name, he considered retiring from Test cricket in September 2019. Previously, he took an indefinite break from red-ball cricket and left England's Test tours of New Zealand and South Africa in 2019.
Due to his career as an England cricketer, Moeen has made some decent earnings, but his net worth remains undisclosed.
(Note: As per metro.co.uk, Moeen has a salary of £900,000 as a retainer fee, £15,000 as a test fee, £7,500 ODI fee, and £3,500 T20 fee.)