Brian Lara Admitted In Hospital On Tuesday

ICC World Cup 2019,Indian cricket team,BCCI

ICC World Cup 2019,Indian cricket team,BCCI

Former West Indies captain Brian Lara was taken to a hospital in Mumbai on Tuesday after suffering from chest pains.

Lara is viewed as the greatest batsman to play for West Indies. Lara was admitted after complaining of chest pain.

Officials at a hospital, Parel, where West Indies cricketer #BrianLara has been hospitalised, said they can't divulge any details as a part of the patient's privacy policy.

Brian Lara is in India as an expert commentator for Star Sports for the World Cup.

"He complained of chest pain and uneasiness this morning and was sent for a routine check-up".

He said that he is going to be alright and also mentioned that he is going to switch off his phone right now as it is going non-stop.

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"I am fine. I am recovering and I will be back in my hotel room tomorrow", Windies Cricket quoted Lara saying in a tweet.

"Couple of the tests that came back already the doctors were quite happy there was nothing major". "Speak to everyone soon and I will be back in Trinidad and I will be back in full health very soon".

Doctors at the hospital also stated that they have been requested to keep the patient details confidential and thus they can not divulge any further without consent. At the World Cup 2019, after losing a few tight games against Australia and New Zealand, the West Indies are now struggling to advance to the knockout phase of the quadrennial.

Lara amassed 11,953 runs in 131 Tests, which was a world record until he was overtaken by India batsman Sachin Tendulkar in October 2008.

Brian Lara holds the highest individual score of an unbeaten 501 and is the only man to score 400 in a test match.

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