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Christian Eriksen out of hospital after frightening on-field collapse

Danish midfielder Christian Eriksen was discharged from a Copenhagen hospital earlier Friday, less than a week after collapsing on the pitch during Denmark’s opening EURO 2020 match. The Danish FA announced that Eriksen visited the national team and will travel home to rest and spend time with his family. “Thank...
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Eriksen discharged from hospital after operation

Christian Eriksen, who suffered cardiac arrest during Denmark's Euro 2020 opener against Finland less than a week ago, was discharged from the hospital on Friday after undergoing an operation. "Thank you for the massive number of greetings. It has been incredible to see and feel," the 29-year-old said in a...
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Denmark’s Christian Eriksen released from hospital after successful operation

Denmark’s Christian Eriksen has been released from hospital after undergoing a successful operation, the Danish Football Association confirmed in a statement on Friday. Eriksen was admitted to hospital after he collapsed due to cardiac arrest in the 43rd minute of Denmark’s opening Euro 2020 game against Finland on June 12.
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Ian is joined by Musa Okwonga and Ryan Hunn to chat about England and Scotland sharing the points at Wembley (00:50) and the 47th anniversary of Johan Cruyff’s legendary turn (18:11). There’s talk of yet more Lukaku brilliance as Romelu elevates himself into untouchable territory, love for Denmark and the amazing news that Christian Eriksen has left the hospital (25:22), Italy looking good, and some other Euros business (36:24).
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'It's been incredible to see and feel' - Eriksen thanks world for support after being discharged from hospital

Six days after his collapse in Copenhagen, the Inter playmaker will head home with an ICD heart-starting device after meeting his squad-mates. Christian Eriksen says he is "doing well under the circumstances" after he was discharged from hospital on Friday, following a successful operation less than a week after he suffered cardiac arrest during Denmark's Euro 2020 opener.
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June 18 (UPI) -- Denmark soccer star Christian Eriksen underwent a successful heart operation and was released from a hospital Friday in Copenhagen, the Danish Football Association said. Eriksen, who collapsed from a cardiac arrest during a game against Finland on Saturday, reunited with his Denmark teammates Friday in Helsingor,...
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Denmark’s Largest Bank Clarifies Its Position on Crypto

On Friday (June 18), Copenhagen-headquartered Danske Bank A/S published an article to clarify its position on “trading and investing in cryptocurrencies”. The bank started this article by acknowledging the value in blockchain technology and cryptocurrencies:. “Cryptocurrencies represent a significant digital innovation in financial services and we recognise that there is...
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Danish soccer star undergoes successful surgery

Danish soccer star Christian Eriksen underwent surgery and has been released from the hospital a week after he collapsed during a Euro 2020 match against Finland. The Danish Football Association tweeted Friday that Eriksen “has been through a successful operation and was today discharged” from the Rigshospitalet hospital in Copenhagen, Denmark.
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Soccer World Reacts To Denmark’s Awesome Goal Today

Denmark returned to the pitch this Thursday afternoon for its second match in the group stage. Of course, the team is without star midfielder Christian Eriksen since he’s still recovering in the hospital. Despite not having Eriksen on the field with them, Denmark came out and attacked Belgium with purpose,...