After 17 years, the England team which went to Pakistan to play the Test series got a big blow. The team's stormy all-rounder Liam Livingstone has been ruled out of the entire series due to injury. Cricketer-turned-commentator Nasir Hussain has also confirmed this. Livingstone suffered a right knee injury while fielding on the second day of the Rawalpindi Test match.

Liam Livingstone was seen talking to the physio on the field for a long time after suffering an injury during the first Test match. After this, he left the field after the advice of physio and management. Now the news is clear that he is out of the entire series.

Livingstone will return to England on December 6

According to media reports, Livingstone will return to England tomorrow, December 6, so that the medical team can assess the seriousness of his injury, so that he can recover on time. England has not yet announced their replacement after Livingstone's exit.

Pakistan vs England first test match

Talking about the first Test match, after scoring 657 runs and 264 runs in both their innings respectively, England set a target of 343 runs for victory in the fourth innings against Pakistan. The fifth day's play continues in the first Test. Till the time of writing the news, Pakistan has scored 163 runs in its fourth innings at the loss of three wickets. The hosts need 174 runs to win from here. Rizwan is 42 at the crease, while Shakeel is unbeaten on 63.