Christian Eriksen, a Danish soccer star, is in “stable condition” and has conveyed greetings to his colleagues, according to the Danish Football Association.
“We chatted with Christian Eriksen this morning, and he offered his greetings to his teammates. His status is stable, and he will remain in the hospital for further testing “According to the Danish Football Association.
On Saturday, Eriksen collapsed during a Euro 2020 match against Finland. Shortly before the end of the first half, he collapsed on a throw-in.
The match was called off after medical personnel tried for a long time to resuscitate Eriksen with CPR and a defibrillator after he collapsed during a throw-in near the conclusion of the first half.
During Saturday’s match, Denmark’s players gather as paramedics treat midfielder Christian Eriksen (not shown).
The match was later rescheduled, according to UEFA. When the game resumed, Finland had won 1-0 thanks to Joel Pohjanpalo’s goal in the 59th minute.
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‘Christian Eriksen, I love you’
Eriksen’s Danish teammates erected a wall around him as he collapsed, shielding the Inter Milan player from view as he was being treated. While Eriksen was being treated by doctors, players from both sides, as well as supporters in the stadium, were obviously worried.
In the other Group B encounter, Romelu Lukaku scored the first goal for Belgium against Russia and then raced over to the camera to express his support for his Inter teammate. “Chris, Chris, sterkte jongen (‘wish you strength/all the best’ in Dutch). I adore you “he stated
According to a tweet from his club Tottenham Hotspur, Eriksen’s former teammate Son Heung-Min scored a goal in his team’s 2-1 victory against Lebanon in a World Cup qualifier in Goyand, South Korea, and exclaimed “Christian Eriksen, I love you.”
Messages of goodwill from all across the world flooded social media. In a tweet on Saturday, England captain Harry Kane, a former teammate of Eriksen’s, expressed his admiration for the Danish star and his family.
“Stay strong, mate,” Kane said ahead of his first Euro 2020 match on Sunday afternoon.