Legendary West Indies batsman Brian Lara was on Tuesday admitted in a Mumbai hospital after he complained of chest pain.
The 50-year-old Trinidadian is at the Global Hospital in Parel in Mumbai, India and is now being kept by doctors to do tests.
The hospital authorities have so far been tight-lipped about why the former player has been admitted. Lara was admitted after complaining of chest pain. The report also added that the doctors at the hospital performed angiography of Brian Lara. Hospital to issue a statement shortly.
Lara, who turned 50 on may 2, is one of the greatest batsmen of all time.
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Lara played 131 Tests and 299 ODIs for West Indies from 1990 to 2007.
He is the first and only player to have registered 400 runs in a Test innings.
He also shares the test record of scoring the highest number of runs in a single over during a Test match after he scored 28 runs off an over in South Africa back in 2003.
The former left-hander's flair and skill at the crease, sometimes in the most pressurised of environments, earned him a legion of followers and brought him 34 Test hundreds and 19 in ODIs.