Liverpool have revealed that striker Divock Origin has sustained a ligament injury which will sideline him for the remainder of the season.
Liverpool striker Divock Origi out with an ankle injury

The Reds striker has been in an excellent form, he has netted five goals in last five games. But now he will miss the remaining five Premier League games plus the Europa League semifinal next week.

Origi picked up an injury while playing against Everton few days ago in a Premier League Derby. Ramiro Funes Mori made a strong rough challenge which suspended him for the next three games. However, he has now apologized for the incident.

The recent reports from Liverpool medical team revealed a good news that he has not suffered a broken ankle problem but ligament is still an issue.

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp told after the game that they could not celebrate the win because of Origi serious injury. The striker has been in great form and was needed in the Europa League games.

Origi is hoping to return soon as he eyes to join Belgium side for the coming European Championship.

Daniel Sturridge would now be filling his place in the starting eleven who is also in great form. 

Columnist: Shah Arsalan, is an Arsenal fan, he loves to write transfer news and injury news. See all his articles