Moeen Ali has claimed that he was called “Osama” by an Australian player during Ashes 2015. © AFP Moeen Ali has hit out at Australian teams and their “rude” approach to the sport. The England all-rounder recalled a shocking incident during the 2015 Ashes when an unnamed Australian cricketer called him “Osama”. According to the all-rounder, the incident occurred during the first Test in Cardiff. In his autobiography, which is being serialised by The Times, the 31-year-old said that following the racial slur, he was “distracted” for much of the Test and had “never been so angry on a cricket field”.”It was a great first Ashes Test in terms of my personal performance, however there was one incident which had distracted me,” Moeen Ali said as reported by www.dailymail.co.uk.”An Australian player had turned to me on the field and said, “Take that, Osama.” I have never been so angry on a cricket field. I told a couple of the guys what the player had said to me and I think Trevor Bayliss must have raised it with Darren Lehmann, the Australians’ coach. Lehmann asked the player, “Did you call Moeen Osama?” He denied it, saying, “No, I said, “Take that,… Read full this story
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