Legendary Sri Lankan off-spinner and a part of the teaching workers of IPL franchise Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH), Muttiah Muralitharan went beneath angioplasty process in Chennai at Apollo Hospital on Sunday.
The former cricketer is doing fantastic after the process and it’s being reported that this was a deliberate course of and never an emergency one.
“A blockage was detected on the finish of March. So the angioplasty was a routine process that was alleged to be carried out. He is doing effectively,” PTI reported.
Muttiah Muralitharan on Friday (April 17) turned 49.
When Murali determined to hold up his boots from worldwide cricket, he was the main wicket-taker with 1347 scalps to his title.
Muralitharan took 800 wickets in 133 Test matches, the very best for the format, and 534 wickets within the 350 ODIs, which can be the very best for the format. With the T20 format getting prominence in direction of his twilight years, he has 13 wickets from 12 T20Is. He was additionally a part of Sri Lanka’s ODI World Cup-winning squad in 1996.
Post-retirement, Muralitharan has remained energetic within the IPL and has been a part of Sunrisers Hyderabad teaching workers since 2015.