Former West Indies cricketer Brian Lara on Tuesday admitted to a hospital in Mumbai after he complained of chest pain. Lara, who had already suffered a heart attack, has been admitted to the Global Hospital in Mumbai's Parel area. The hospital authorities didn't divulge any information regarding to the crickter's health. However, according to reports, doctors at the Global Hospital performed angiography of Lara but didn’t go for angioplasty as they didn't see any risk in angiography.
Lara was in India for World Cup broadcasting role for Star Sports. One of West Indies' greatest cricketers, Lara had retired from all forms of international cricket in 2007. He played his last game against England on April 21, 2007. The Trinidad ace eventually topped the Test runs charts before Indian great Sachin Tendulkar took over the honour.