Moeen Ali, England’s all-rounder, is set to make his Professional debut against Pakistan.
He announced on Twitter on Wednesday that he is no longer resigning from Test cricket and will play a series against Pakistan.
The English cricketer ended his 64-cap Test career in September after admitting he struggled to stay energetic for the five-day format.
Ali confirmed on Twitter, “I am withdrawing my retirement from Test cricket and will play a series against Pakistan.”
Important announcement,— Moeen Ali (@MoeenAliReal) June 15, 2022
I am withdrawing my retirement from Test cricket, and I will play a series against Pakistan. Pakistan is my second home, so I made this decision. Always Love Pakistan 🇵🇰❤️
“Pakistan is my second home,” the all-rounder clarified, “so I made this decision.” “I will always love Pakistan.”
Ali revealed last week that he would love to be a part of England’s upcoming tour to Pakistan in September and December 2022.
“If (England head coach) Baz McCullum wants me, I’ll definitely play in Pakistan,” he clearly announced.
“I played in the Pakistan Super League a few years ago, but it’s not the same; to travel with an England team there and have family from that part of the world will be amazing.”