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Inter Milan post open letter to Christian Eriksen

Inter Milan have posted an open letter to Christian Eriksen as their player makes a positive recovery from his cardiac arrest suffered while in action for Denmark at the Euros. Inter have released an open letter to their midfielder:. “They weren't normal days, those that we counted from Saturday, from...
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Denmark's Christian Eriksen visits teammates

Denmark's midfielder Christian Eriksen is continuing to makes steps in his recovery. On Friday, he visited his Danish teammates for the first time, Eriksen saw them in a middle of a training session and then gave everyone all a hug. He was released from a Copenhagen hospital on Friday and the first thing he wanted to do was to greet his teammates at their European Championship base camp outside their country's capital. Eriksen suffered a cardiac arrest during Denmark's first Euro 2020 game against Finland last Saturday. He had to be resuscitated with a defibrillator. He's now fitted with an implantable heart monitoring device to prevent another in the future.
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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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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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Soccer: Denmark's Christian Eriksen released from hospital

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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Christian Eriksen discharged from hospital and ‘doing well’

Denmark midfielder Christian Eriksen has been discharged from hospital after a successful operation to fit a defibrillator implant. The 29-year-old Inter Milan playmaker had to be resuscitated on the pitch at the Parken Stadium in Copenhagen after suffering a cardiac arrest during the first half of his side’s 1-0 Euro 2020 Group B defeat to Finland on Saturday evening.
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Christian Eriksen discharged from hospital after 'successful' operation

Denmark midfielder Christian Eriksen was discharged from the hospital Friday, less than a week after collapsing on the field mid-game due to cardiac arrest. Via statement, the Danish Football Association announced Eriksen's release and revealed that he'd visited his teammates before going home to spend time with his family. The announcement also included a message from Eriksen.
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Christian Eriksen Is Released From Hospital After On-Field Cardiac Arrest

Christian Eriksen has been discharged from the hospital, the Danish soccer federation announced Friday. Eriksen has been in the hospital in Copenhagen since collapsing on the field during his team’s opening match at the European Championship last Saturday. The Danish soccer federation previously said that Eriksen would be fitted with...
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Christian Eriksen to Have Heart-Starter Device Implanted After Cardiac Arrest in Game

Christian Eriksen will have a heart-starter device implanted after he collapsed on the pitch and required defibrillation during Denmark's 1-0 loss to Finland in its Euro 2020 opener on Tuesday. Denmark national team doctor Morten Boesen issued a statement Thursday about Eriksen's decision to receive an implantable cardioverter defibrillator, via...