Rawalpindi: England all-rounder Liam Livingstone was on Monday dominated out of the rest of the Check collection towards Pakistan after sustaining a proper knee harm throughout the first match right here.
The 29-year-old Livingstone, who made his Check debut right here, jarred his knee whereas fielding on the boundary on day two on Friday. He remained off the sphere for all of Pakistan’s first innings.
He batted in England’s second innings and scored an unbeaten 7 however was in clear discomfort as he hobbled between the wickets. He had scored 9 in England’s first innings.
“England Males’s all-rounder Liam Livingstone has been dominated out of the remainder of the Check collection towards Pakistan with a proper knee harm,” England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) stated in a press release.
“He’ll return to the UK on Tuesday and start rehab with the ECB and Lancashire medical groups respectively.” At this stage, England are but to decide on whether or not to name up a substitute for Livingstone.
On a placid Pindi pitch, England had posted 657 all out with 4 batters scoring centuries and Pakistan responded by scoring 579 with three of their batters reaching three-digit figures.
England declared their second innings at 264 for 7, giving Pakistan a goal of 343 to win the Check.
The second Check begins in Multan on December 9 whereas the third and last Check can be performed in Karachi from December 17.