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Amla has a bearded TWIN!

2014-03-03 15:08
Moeen Ali (Gallo Images)
Cape Town - Proteas fans thought the Mighty # was one of a kind. How wrong they were...

Hashim Amla has been the dominant batting force in cricket over the past few years, but it appears he has a doppelganger in England's Moeen Ali...

Ali, 26, who is of Pakistani descent, is a left-handed batsman and off-spin bowler and is currently touring with the England ODI squad in the West Indies.

He has played in the first two matches, scoring 54 runs and picking up two wickets.

He's got a looooong road ahead if he wishes to match the feats of the one-and-only Hashim Mahomed Amla...

Um, Moeen Ali, left, and er, Hashim Amla (right) - we think... (Gallo Images)

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