Watch: Journalist asks Liam Livingstone hilarious question after being hit on unmentionables

Liam Livingstone has been a force to be reckoned with in the ongoing edition of the Big Bash League (BBL). The opening batsman has been one of the main reasons for the success of the Perth Scorchers in the league.

Yesterday, in a match against Melbourne Renegades at the Simonds Stadium, Livingstone scored a splendid half-century to take his team to a victory against the Aaron Finch-led side. But everything came crashing down when the ball smashed into his unmentionables and the batsman was left in pain. The bowler, Gleeson, checked upon him while giving a smile to the batsman.

The batsman still continued and took his team past the target of 175 to win the game.

After his dismissal, while interviewing the player on the sidelines, a journalist named Erin Holland asked one of the most hilarious questions of all-time that even made Livingstone crack up. She asked the player, “How are the crown jewels going now?” The batsman had a big smile on his face while answering the question and said that they are fine now.

“They are alright now. I wouldn’t advise getting hit in the same place twice,” added Livingstone. 

Livingstone has accumulated 184 runs in 7 games he has played so far for the Scorchers. With a strike rate of 167, he has scored two half-centuries in the league so far.

As far as the league is concerned, Sydney Sixers, led by Alex Carey is at the numero uno position at the points table with 12 points. The side has won 6 out the 8 games played so far. Meanwhile, the defending champions, Melbourne Renegades, have lost all the seven games so far and are sitting at the bottom of the table with zero points.

The Scorchers would play their next game against Chris Lynn’s Brisbane Heat on January 11 at the Perth Stadium. Lynn has been in amazing form this season and scored more than 200 runs in 6 T20 games at a strike rate of 170. With 20 fours and 17 sixes, he has the most number of boundaries in the tournament so far (37).

The final of the Big Bash League 2019-20 will take place on February 8.