CHENNAI: Sri Lankan cricket legend Muttiah Muralitharan was discharged on Monday after undergoing a coronary angioplasty at a metropolis hospital.
The 49-12 months-outdated former spinner, who is a component of the Sunrisers Hyderabad help employees within the ongoing IPL, went for the deliberate process on Sunday.
“He underwent successful coronary angioplasty with stents yesterday under the care of Dr G Sengottuvelu, senior interventional cardiologist,” Apollo Hospitals stated in a launch on Monday.
“He would resume his normal activities.”
Muralitharan, the main wicket-taker in worldwide cricket with 1347 scalps, was admitted within the hospital for cardiac analysis on Sunday.
Muralitharan would rejoin the Sunrisers Hyderabad squad after undergoing the necessary seven-day quarantine interval, sources stated.
Muralitharan represented Sri Lanka in 133 Tests, 350 ODIs and 12 T20 Internationals. He took 800 Test wickets, whereas choosing up 534 scalps in ODIs and 13 in T20s Internationals.
He was half of Sri Lanka’s ODI World Cup profitable squad in 1996.
The Sri Lankan has been the bowling coach and mentor of Sunrisers Hyderabad since 2015. He featured for Chennai Super Kings and now defunct Kochi Tuskers Kerala within the IPL.