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‘He was gone’: Christian Eriksen had cardiac arrest, Denmark doctor says

Christian Eriksen had a cardiac arrest and “was gone” before being swiftly resuscitated on the pitch, Denmark’s the team doctor, Morten Boesen, revealed on Sunday. “He was gone,” Boesen said. “We started the resuscitation and we managed to do it. How close were we to losing him? I don’t know, but we got him back after one defib [defibrillation], so that’s quite fast.”
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Christian Eriksen sends greetings to Denmark teammates from hospital

The Danish football association, the DBU, has provided an update on Christian Eriksen’s condition, saying he is in a stable condition and will stay in hospital for further examinations. The midfielder collapsed on the pitch towards the end of the first half of Denmark’s opening Euro 2020 game against Finland....
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Christian Eriksen: Incredible video of Denmark and Finland fans chanting his name

The prayers of the entire football world are with Christian Eriksen right now. In the 40th-minute of Denmark's Euro 2020 clash against Finland, the midfielder collapsed to the ground. There were immediate concerns as the medical staff treated the Inter Milan midfielder. His Danish teammates formed a ring around him...
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BBC criticised for showing footage of Christian Eriksen receiving CPR on pitch

The BBC has apologised for allowing footage of Christian Eriksen receiving first aid treatment to be broadcast after the Denmark midfielder collapsed on the pitch during the team's Euro 2020 match against Finland.The 29-year-old stumbled in the 43rd minute and then fell to the turf as fans and players looked on shocked. Medics rushed to treat the Inter Milan midfielder and quickly began giving CPR as the cameras kept rolling.Players formed a wall to shield Eriksen as he received first aid, but fans online noted that the medics could still easily be seen performing the treatment.“CUT TO THE STUDIO...
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(Video) Incredible show of support between both Finland and Denmark fans following Eriksen’s medical emergency

We are all hoping for the very best for Inter Milan and Denmark midfielder Christian Eriksen. Just moments before half-time in Saturday’s second match during the second day in this summer’s Euros, Denmark’s squad, who were facing Finland in Group B, were left shell shocked after team-mate Eriksen appeared to hit the ground requiring urgent medical care.
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The Latest: Spain and Sweden play to 0-0 draw at Euro 2020

The chances came and went but neither Spain nor Sweden managed to put any of them in the net in a 0-0 draw at the European Championship. Spain dominated possession and stayed close to the Swedish net during most of the match but couldn’t capitalize on its many scoring opportunities at La Cartuja Stadium in Seville.
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These football fans react to “vile” TV coverage of tragic Christian Eriksen scenes

It always takes a horrible moment to unite the sporting world, but hopefully, it looks like the incident with Christian Eriksen today hasn’t ended in absolute tragedy. Of course he’s going to need some time to recover and there will inevitably be speculation about his playing future, but the only thing that matters here is that he’s okay and that he’s able to make as full a recovery as possible.
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Video: Christian Eriksen scores superb goal for Inter Milan in title race

Former Tottenham Hotspur midfielder, Christian Eriksen scored a superb equaliser for Inter Milan yesterday against fifth-place Napoli. Inter are pushing for a Serie A title this season and are now nine points clear at the top. At this stage of the campaign, every point counts and Eriksen’s goal was enough to secure a 1-1 draw for the Italian side.
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Watch: Christian Eriksen scores superb injury-time free-kick to beat Milan

The Coppa Italia quarter-final between AC Milan and Inter lived up to the hype, and it had a fitting climax to cap it off – a sensational match-winning free-kick from Christian Eriksen. The Denmark international has struggled since moving from Tottenham to Inter a year ago, failing to convince Antonio...
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