The star English all rounder, Moeen Ali, who is currently aged 32, feels that he has only 2 to 3 years of cricket left at the top level. The all-rounder thus wishes to play as much cricket he can in the coming years.
“Cricket at the highest level will probably finish for me in two or three years. I want to make the most of it and play as much as I can. I only did it (stepping away from international cricket) for a bit of a break, and I’ve had that now,” said Moeen.
Stressing to his desire to play more cricket across all formats, the star all-rounder said, “Since the whole pandemic thing I want to play as much as I can.”
Moeen Ali is a regular player for the shorter formats of the game but he is currently searching for a place in the Test team as he was dropped from the format in second Ashes Test.
Can’t describe the World Cup Winning feelings
Moeen, in the podcast also shared his emotions of ending the World Cup drought in home and in front of the home audiences.
“I think the whole emotion of four years build up to it and so much went into it… so much pressure for us to win it at home. “It took us couple of seconds to think we have won the game (final). I wasn’t playing the game but it didn’t feel like I wasn’t playing.
Sharing his emotions, he said that he never felt that he was not playing the match. Sitting in the dug-out is never easy in such thrilling games.
“I can’t describe the feeling but just to see all the guys celebrating and to be part of that journey was simply unbelievable,” concluded Moeen Ali.