Lehmann suffers health scare on 50th birthday
Former Australia batsman and coach Darren Lehmann will bear bypass surgical procedure on Saturday after struggling chest pains on the Gold Coast in the present day.
Lehmann, who turned 50 in the present day, was on the Gold Coast to observe his son Jake captain the Cricket Australia XI in opposition to the touring England Lions at Metricon Stadium.
Lehmann is at the moment resting in hospital and can bear bypass surgical procedure in Brisbane in three days’ time.
“I wish to thank everybody within the Australian cricket household for his or her concern,” Lehmann stated.
“I’m receiving the very best of medical care and am assured I’ll be again on my ft quickly.”
In January 2016, Lehmann was hospitalised with Deep Venous Thrombosis (DVT), forcing him to step away from his position of Australia coach to get well.
In lower than a fortnight Lehmann returned to the Australian group, a place he held till March 2018 when he stepped down following the occasions of the Cape City ball-tampering incident.
Reflecting on his teaching tenure, which spanned 5 years, in October 2018, Lehmann conceded he ‘perhaps went on too lengthy’ given the stress and time on the highway within the position.
“It is 24-7, you do not sleep,” stated Lehmann, who performed 27 Checks and received two 50-over World Cups.
“You are desirous about both the day, the approaching day, six months forward, who you have bought arising, what gamers you have bought again from accidents, you are speaking to everybody.
“It is actually probably the most demanding job I’ve ever had, nevertheless it’s nice enjoyable.
“It is actually traumatic and 300 days away make it powerful.
“It is a job I liked, I liked each minute of it. Even proper to the tip I liked it.”
Lehmann returned to a training position this summer time with the Brisbane Warmth, the identical membership he led to the title in BBL|02.