Teams Want To Copy Us, Says Moeen Ali On Much-Discussed England's Model

Moeen Ali believes other teams should follow England's success in white-ball cricket . England became first team to win ODI and T20 World Cup in same season .

Following their resounding success in international competitions, star all-rounder Moeen Ali sees nothing wrong with rival teams trying to reproduce the much-repeated England formula in white-ball cricket.With their latest triumph in Australia, England became the first team to win the ODI and T20 World Cup in the same season.Following England's poor finish in the 2015 World Cup, Eoin Morgan initiated a radical shift in mindset and play style, and Jos Buttler is carrying on his legacy.Moeen, an important member of the English white-ball squad, believes that it is natural for other clubs to follow their aggressive approach to the sport.

I think we have now become a better team.Morgs (Morgan) did a fantastic job of changing the mindset, which is the hardest part, to place the template there.We can now adapt to different climates, different teams, use different bowlers in the death, and there is more control in the batting order.On the sidelines of the Abu Dhabi T10 League, Moeen told PTI: When a team is winning, it's going to be even better, the 35-year-old said.They used to win all the trophies.

Now England has won 50 over and T20 world titles, and teams want to copy us, according to Vuukle.England had lost to India and South Africa at home earlier this year, and Moeen said it was a timely wake-up call for them.They beat us because they were playing the same brand of cricket that we were playing.We knew we had to improve, and this is a good model to follow.I wouldnt be surprised if other teams follow that blueprint, said Moeen, who is captaining the Morrisville Samp Army here.With an ODI series scheduled up against Australia three days after the final, England had no time to rest their T20 World Cup triumph Down Under.

You should have known it earlier.People are being pigeonholed into Test or T20 players.I don't think it's both beneficial to them and enjoyable for the game.In India, Australia, and England, players are paid decently, however in other nations, they are not.

The mindset in bilateral rubbers and ICC games is very different.England lost to India at home in the World Cup semifinals, but they won by 10-wickets, their first ICC trophy since 2013.Asked why India isn't great in bilateral cricket, Moeen said: We know the other teams are.There is a lot to think about in a bilateral series, and you can rest players.Listen to the latest hits on JioSaavn.com Only on this website.As in an ICC, there are different locations, and the pressure is different.That's where the attitude comes in.

On the day, we played our best cricket against India.If you play a particular style of cricket, you will fail, but you'll have to stick with the players as long as you can.Moeen explained that T10 is fast, so there is no need for much effort.You need to be strong from ball one, and that will help in improving your game.Featured Video Of The DayIndia To Qatar: Tamil Nadu Sportswear Makes Its Way To The FIFA World Cup.

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