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Kasper Schmeichel: It was damn nice to see Christian Eriksen smile and laugh

Denmark goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel admits it was “damn nice” to see Christian Eriksen smiling and laughing when he visited him in hospital. The Leicester star said seeing his team-mate in such good spirits was also a help to him after the trauma of witnessing Eriksen collapse and be resuscitated following a cardiac arrest on the pitch in their Euro 2020 opener against Finland on Saturday.
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Danish dart: Kasper Schmeichel complained about UEFA pressure to resume the match after Eriksen fainted

The players from Denmark would have decided to return to the possibility of losing 0-3 by forfeit. The impact that Christian Eriksen’s fading had on the Denmark versus Finland players is undeniable. Shock, worry and sadness were the sensations of the moment. Nonetheless, the match resumed after learning that Eriksen was conscious in hospital. Now, with the clearer picture, Kasper schmeichel, Denmark’s goalkeeper, gave his impressions on this and left a message to UEFA.
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Kasper Schmeichel speaks on seeing 'smiling and laughing' Christian Eriksen

Denmark goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel has called it ‘damn nice’ to see Christian Eriksen smiling and laughing in hospital as he continues to recover from a life threatening cardiac arrest suffered during Saturday’s Euro 2020 clash between Denmark and Finland. Eriksen collapsed suddenly in the closing stages of the first half....
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Simon Kjaer, Kasper Schmeichel and Denmark players showed football's heroic human side

There they stood. Stoic. Heroic. As their mate endured the most horrific moment of his young life, Denmark's players - captain Simon Kjaer, who had secured Christian Eriksen's neck and administered the first dose of CPR, goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel who has witnessed his fair share of horrors already, and the rest of these brilliant young men - decided that no, we weren't going to see this.
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Kasper Schmeichel helping drive Leicester to success - Andy King

Goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel is one of the key "driving forces" behind Leicester City's success in recent years, says club legend Andy King. Schmeichel, 34, helped Leicester win the FA Cup for the first time in the club's 137-year history on Saturday. The Denmark keeper helped the Foxes win a shock...
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MARK SCHWARZER: Kasper Schmeichel is at the peak of his powers following his world class display to help Leicester win their first ever FA Cup... he can stay at the top for many more years

At 34, Kasper Schmeichel has many years left at the top. His saves from Ben Chilwell and Mason Mount were world class and helped Leicester win the FA Cup. Chilwell’s header was so close to the goal Schmeichel wouldn’t have got an indication which direction the ball was going to travel.
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Kasper Schmeichel: Leicester’s FA Cup triumph ‘is what dreams are made of’

Kasper Schmeichel said he had fulfilled a childhood dream as Leicester defeated Chelsea 1-0 to win the first FA Cup in the club’s history. Youri Tielemans scored a stunning long-range goal in the second half before Schmeichel made two equally magnificent saves to protect his side’s lead in the latter stages. There was also a dramatic late VAR reprieve as Ben Chilwell’s would-be equaliser was ruled out with just two minutes remaining for offside. There were 21,000 people in attendance at Wembley and the Foxes celebrated their historic victory in front of their jubilant travelling fans. “I am so happy....