WATCH: Liam Livingstone makes a big mistake that costs him his wicket

Playing in the Hundred, England’s innovative new 100 overs tournament, English batsman Liam Livingstone has produced the most bizarre dismissals of all time resulting in a humiliating end to a great innings. Liam Livingstone has been in great touch and form throughout the season and departing like this on an important turn of the game is never expected from a batsman in such a good form as him.

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So what exactly did Liam Livingstone do wrong? Playing for Birmingham Phoenix in The Hundred, he started off pretty well last night. However, things deteriorated pretty soon when the 28-year old did something horribly wrong. He played a decent shot which the opposition fielder missed the chance of taking a diving catch and it caught hold of another fielder of the opposition team Southern Brave. However, Liam Livingstone had probably thought that he was going to be out. When he saw the catch being missed, he went for the second run but sloppy running between the wickets cost him his wickets.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8ZbycUDa6XI&t=45s

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However, the fielder of Southern Brave must be given his deserved credit over here. It was a superbly phenomenal throw by fielder that hit the wickets directly and the fans could not do anything but be awestruck.

Cricket fans from all over the world have opened up on their dissatisfaction of Liam Livingstone departing in such a way. The Englishman has been in a great form throughout the tournament and might prove to be an asset for England in the upcoming T20 World Cup. However his sloppiness in between the wickets has been termed by many fans as an ‘irresponsible’ act by Livingstone.

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