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Richard Illingworth, ICC umpire, hospitalised following chest pain

Richard Illingworth, the ICC Umpire who officiated in the fifth ODI between India and Australia in Nagpur, has been hospitalised after he complained of chest pain.

india vs australia 2017 Updated: Oct 03, 2017 23:00 IST
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Richard Illingworth, one of the umpires in the ICC Elite Panel, had officiated the fifth ODI between India and Australia in Nagpur.
Richard Illingworth, one of the umpires in the ICC Elite Panel, had officiated the fifth ODI between India and Australia in Nagpur.(Getty Images)

ICC umpire Richard Illingworth, who officiated as the third umpire in the fifth One Day International between India and Australia here has been hospitalised, following chest pain.

The umpire from England was hospitalised yesterday, Director (Operations), Alexis Hospital, Suresh Tripathi told PTI.

Sources from Vidarbha Cricket Association said the umpire was admitted following complaint of chest pain. “Two doctors including a cardiologist are attending him. His condition is stable,” Tripathi added.

On October 1, Rohit Sharma achieved a memorable milestone with his classy century as India outplayed Australia by seven wickets in the fifth ODI to seal the series 4-1 and cement their number one spot in the ICC rankings.