All-rounder Ben Stokes, who was deemed not guilty of affray charges by a Bristol court on Tuesday, has subsequently been added to the England squad for the third Test starting on Saturday in Nottingham.
Prosecutors said the all-rounder, who helped England to victory in the first Test against India this month but missed the second match because of the trial, had lost control after drinking heavily earlier in the night.
Mbargo doorman Andrew Cunningham, 37, alleged he was offered £300 by Stokes to let him and Mr Hales back into the nightclub.
England cricket player Ben Stokes has been found not guilty for his role in a street fight.
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Stokes, who denied the charge, told the jury he had been acting in self-defence after stepping in to defend the gay couple who had been on the receiving end of homophobic abuse.
Stokes said he could not remember flicking his cigarette butt towards the gay men or directing a V-sign at Mr Cunningham.
Clare Stokes, 28, accompanied the cricketer to Bristol Crown Court everyday and wept with relief as he was cleared of affray following a seven-day trial.
Tony Miles, the solicitor for Mr Ali and Mr Hale, said: "Both our clients are delighted it's all over".
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"I would have to perceive a significant threat to do that".
Barry continued: "I'd say thank you, definitely, thank you for being there".
"I just didn't want any trouble so I was backing away, trying to retreat". England did not miss Stokes much as his replacement Chris Woakes starred with both bat and ball.
Stokes is accused of knocking Ali to the floor, with fellow cricketer Hales then apparently kicking his head and stamping on him as he lay on the ground.
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Ali, an emergency services worker, suffered a fractured eye socket while Mr Hale, a former soldier, was left with concussion. He did not deny punching two men (Ali and Ryan Hale, who was acquitted earlier in proceedings due to a lack of evidence), but insisted he did so as he feared for his safety and the safety of others.