Moeen Ali is not worried about the stumping decision that cost him his wicket and stated that it depended on the perspective with which you see that. Ali also stated that England had let themselves down with the bat on Sunday and that eventually resulted in Australia going 1-0 up in the series.
In the second innings of the first Ashes Test, Moeen Ali was given out in controversial fashion when a Nathan Lyon delivery ripped past the edge of his lunging
'If I was bowling I would want it out. It depends on what angle you look at it from. You've got to respect the umpire's call there, and what he saw. You've just to got to move on,” Moeen said.
“I thought I was alright, personally. The replay did look very tight. But I'm disappointed with myself really that I got out in that fashion, especially because
England had begun the day four on 33 for 2 but lost three wickets in the first session, including that of captain Joe Root just before lunch, which put Australia on top. Despite a brief counter-attack from Moeen and Jonny Bairstow, England's lower order
"The first three days, we were in the game but we let ourselves down with the bat in the second innings especially. We got in but never went on to get the big score that we needed. The wicket was still good. We haven't got a hundred this game. We will try to put a dent in Australia for the next game."
"With the bat, we had a couple of big partnerships but the run out of James Vince [in the first innings] was a big one and when we had them 80 for 4, we never quite got the [next] wicket. Steve Smith was the big difference in both line-ups and without him, they would have struggled to get anywhere near 300. Them two are the big situations in the game that we regret.
"First innings, we got 300 without Cooky and Rooty scoring runs. It's always difficult to take positives but the new