Oxlade-Chamberlain's World Cup in doubt

The 20-year-old left England's friendly against Ecuador with an injury, and his participation in Brazil is at risk.

Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain's FIFA World Cup is in doubt after he suffered suspected knee ligament damage in England's 2-2 draw with Ecuador.

The Arsenal midfielder limped off in the 63rd minute of the international friendly at Sun Life Stadium in Miami on Wednesday as England was tested by a resilient Ecuador side.

Goals from Wayne Rooney and Rickie Lambert appeared to have given England victory after Enner Valencia had put the South Americans ahead early on.

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However, Michael Arroyo earned a draw for Ecuador seven minutes after Oxlade-Chamberlain left the field, before both sides were reduced to 10 men as Raheem Sterling and Antonio Valencia were dismissed following a heated exchange.

But the main concern for England surrounds Oxlade-Chamberlain after manager Roy Hodgson revealed that the 20-year-old is set to undergo a scan on the injury.

"We fear there may be ligament damage to Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain," Hodgson said. "He needs a scan on the injury."