CHRISTIAN ERIKSEN survived the first round of the European Championship Group B match between Denmark and Finland on Saturday, and he recovered well in the hospital.
The Danish national team player completely collapsed in the 43rd minute. He was lying motionless on the lawn. The doctor rescued him for 13 minutes but managed to save him. Eriksson was taken to the hospital, where he heard the news from his teammates, and then they decided to continue the game.
The Danish coach Kasper Helmand said at a press conference yesterday that Eriksson heard the news of his teammates again via video call and he was making fun of them.
“You look worse than me. I can go to training,” the Inter Milan midfielder told them with a smile.
His manager Martin Shorts told Gazzetta dello Sport that he hopes his protégé can leave the hospital soon.
“We have been listening to each other joking. He is in a good mood. He told me that he will not give up and he wants to train. He wants to know what happened to him, as we all hope. The doctor is doing tests and needs some Time will take time to find out the exact reason. “Christian is very happy because he feels the love of thousands of people. He and his family thank everyone from the bottom of their hearts,” Schoots said, adding:
“His parents and partner are currently with him. He just needs to rest, I think he will be discharged on Tuesday. He said he wants to participate in the Belgium-Denmark match on Thursday and support his teammates.”