The batting all-rounder of England, Moeen Ali talked about the generosity he needs to display to get back on board for the Poms.

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Earlier, Moeen Ali did not feature for England in the three Tests of the five-match series against India despite getting named on the squad.

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Worcestershire’s Moeen Ali completes a double hundred against Yorkshire. Image Courtesy: Getty

Moeen Ali got into the reckoning after he scored a double ton for Worcestershire apart from taking eight wickets in the game. However, he is well aware that patience is the key to his success.

Later, ECB rewarded Moeen for his stupendous show by granting him a place in the squad for the fourth Test against India a Southampton, starting August 30th.

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“We’ll see. We are winning, and we’ve played quite well. I know we lost the last game, but I feel like we’ve played quite well in the Test matches and, as I said, we’re 2-1 up still. If I get the nod, it’d be great. If not, it’s not a problem.”

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Moeen Ali picked up 19 wickets against India in 2014 (Photo by Martin Rickett/PA Images via Getty Images)

Moeen Ali on his place in England team

The England all-rounder, Moeen Ali admits despite his breathtaking knock, it does not guarantee him a place in England national team.

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He is well aware of the fact that there is a lot of competition going on within the group especially when it comes to the bowling department.

“There have been times where I could have been dropped, and I’ve played. I don’t take anything for granted. I’m just trying to stay in the present at the moment.”

Ali is hopeful to present himself on a bigger platform and be a part England national team in times to come.

“I’m playing well, and I just want to keep up the form with Worcester and, hopefully, with England one day as well. I’m just trying to do my best, put my name up there again and see what happens.”

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