Denmark midfielder Christian Eriksen remained in an emergency clinic on Sunday and was in stable condition after collapsing during his team’s Euro 2020 opener against Finland and receiving CPR on the field on Saturday, according to the Danish team.
“At the start of today, we addressed Christian Eriksen, who conveyed our best wishes to his colleagues.”His condition is steady, and he keeps on being hospitalized for additional assessment,” the Danish FA DBU said on Twitter. “
Eriksen, 29, collapsed abruptly at the 42nd minute of the game while running near one side of the touchline following a Denmark toss-up. As quiet fell over the 16,000-in-number group, his colleagues assembled around him while he was treated on the pitch and afterward on a cot.
“The group and the staff of the public group have gotten emergency help and will keep on being there for one another after the previous episode,” the DBU said.
“We would like to thank everyone for the genuine good news for Christian Eriksen, including fans, players, illustrious families from both Denmark and England, worldwide affiliations, clubs, and so on,” the statement said.
Messages of help for Eriksen, who plays for Inter Milan, have poured in.
The Group B game ended and was restarted an hour later, after 45 minutes. Finland proceeded to win 1-0.
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