The West Indies legend batsman Brian Lara was admitted to hospital due to a slight ache in his chest. However, he is all right now and has conveyed his regards to his fans for their wishes through a voice message that was tweeted by the West Indies cricket. Brain Lara complained to have minor chest pain and was admitted to Global Hospital in Parel, Mumbai.
Luckily, all his tests went normal. He was also given an angiography to be sure and there was no risk seen. Lara, posted an audio in which he consoled his fans saying, "Hi everyone, I know everyone is concerned with what's happening. I think I extended myself a little too much in the gym this morning and felt pain in my chest so I felt best to see a doctor," Lara said in an audio message. "I went to the hospital, I am just chilling in my hospital bed, tests have been conducted and I am watching England versus Australia and I hope Australia will be able to restrict England. I'll be fine soon and I am letting everyone know that I am fine and I will be back in my hotel room tomorrow," he added According to recent reports, Brain Lara have been discharged and is declared to be "fit and fine". He is currently busy in commentary for the ICC World Cup, 2019.