IPL 2021: Parthiv Patel feels RCB made a mistake by not retaining Moeen Ali


Parthiv Patel reckons Royal Challengers Bangalore made a mistake by not retaining England all-rounder Moeen Ali forward of IPL 2021.

All eight IPL franchises will play at impartial venues within the upcoming version of the T20 event. The Eden Gardens will host the RCB’s final 5 league fixtures. Notably, the pitch in Kolkata typically assists spinners.

Parthiv Patel believes as RCB had been anticipating to play their residence video games on the Chinnaswamy, they determined in opposition to protecting Ali.

“I feel, there have been a whole lot of inquiries to be answered within the public sale, however I do not suppose they’ve answered these questions. Simply because they weren’t anticipating it to exit of Bangalore. Therefore, Moeen Ali went (out of the staff). If Moeen Ali was there, it will have been a distinct XI altogether. And one participant really can change the composition of the XI,” Patel mentioned on Star Sports activities present Gameplan.

Moeen Ali will as an alternative ply his commerce for the Chennai Tremendous Kings within the upcoming version of the IPL. The MS Dhoni-led staff secured the all-rounder’s companies for ₹7 crore on the IPL 2021 Public sale.


Moeen Ali’s IPL profession at a look

IPL 2021 will probably be Moeen Ali’s fourth marketing campaign within the cash-rich league. Final season, the English off-spinner performed solely three video games for the RCB, who completed fourth. Ali did not make a big impression in any of the three matches that he performed.

General, Moeen Ali has performed 19 video games within the IPL, amassing 309 runs at a mean of 20.6, whereas his strike price reads a formidable 158.46. He additionally has three fifties to his identify. On the bowling entrance, the 33-year-old has picked up 10 wickets at an economic system of seven.13.

The all-rounder has been a continuing function in England’s white-ball set-up over the previous couple of years. It stays to be seen whether or not the RCB’s determination to half methods with the Englishman will price the Bengaluru-based franchise in IPL 2021.

Printed 02 Apr 2021, 12:22 IST



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