Moin Ali has revealed that he could retire from Test cricket if the England team selects him for a tour of Pakistan at the end of the year.
After playing 64 Test matches, Moin Ali admitted in September last year that he was finding it difficult to motivate himself to play five-day cricket.
According to the report, the 34-year-old all-rounder has been impressed by the new England coach Brendon McCullum in the current Test series against New Zealand.
During a commentary on the BBC, Moin Ali confirmed that he was ready to visit Pakistan in the winter.
He said that if England head coach Brendon McCullum wanted, then I will definitely play in Pakistan. “I played Pakistan Super League there a few years ago but it is not like that. It would be amazing to visit a region with a family background with the England team,” he said.
He said that this tour of England cricket team would be of historic nature as it had not visited there for many years. Moin Ali said that I know there will be support and love because they love cricket, it is something that is definitely attractive.
New Zealand’s Brendon McCullum and England’s new captain Ben Stokes have impressed with a five-wicket victory in the Lord’s Test against New Zealand. England are facing difficulties in the second Test match, but Moin Ali is interested in being part of the new team.
He said that it would be difficult for me to stop them, they have scared me a little, we are going to talk and see what the result is. When I said that I was retired, I felt very tired from cricket.