Darren Lehmann To Undergo Heart Bypass Surgery After Suffering Chest Pains

Darren Lehmann former Australian coach will undergo cardiac bypass surgery | Cricket News

Darren Lehmann former Australian coach will undergo cardiac bypass surgery | Cricket News

The website said he was resting in hospital and would have surgery on Saturday.

Lehmann experienced chest pains on the morning of his 50th birthday Wednesday while on the Gold Coast.

Darren Lehmann will have heart bypass surgery later this week after suffering chest pains while watching his son play against the England Lions.

These were the details of the news Former Australia coach Lehmann to undergo heart op for this day.

Cricket Australia (CA) released a statement on Wednesday night, wishing Lehmann a full and speedy recovery and requesting privacy on behalf of his family.

Brisbane Heat coach Darren Lehmann is in the hospital waiting for a heart bypass surgery
Brisbane Heat coach Darren Lehmann is in the hospital waiting for a heart bypass surgery

"I would like to thank everyone in the Australian cricket family for their concern", cricket.com.au quoted Lehmann as saying.

"I'm getting the best medical care and I'm sure I'll be back soon".

Lehmann, also a former Yorkshire player and coach, was appointed coach of the men's Headingley-based The Hundred side Northern Superchargers in the summer.

Lehmann played 27 Tests for Australia as well as 117 ODIs in an worldwide career that spanned close to a decade.

In January 2016, Lehmann was hospitalised with Deep Venous Thrombosis (DVT), forcing him to temporarily step away from his role of Australia coach to recover.

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