Christian Eriksen fell on the field during the Denmark-Finland match. Fortunately, vital functions have been restored. The announcement about his case was made by the Danish Football Association, which confirmed that Eriksen has regained consciousness and is in hospital for tests. UEFA also announced that the game will resume at 8:30 PM.
UEFA released a communiqué about this after 8 p.m. “In response to a request from players from both teams, UEFA has agreed to resume the game between Denmark and Finland tonight at 8.30pm. The last four minutes of the first half will be played, followed by a 5-minute intermission, followed by the second half,” the Twitter statement read.
– Martin Schoots, Christian Eriksen’s manager, tells NPO Radio 1 that the player is talking in the hospital. The player’s father and wife are with him – we read on the profile about Dutch football on Twitter.
– Christian Eriksen breathes and can talk. He is not unconscious – said Martin Schoots, Eriksen’s agent. And he added that after the conversation he was with Christian’s father – reported journalist Fabrizio Romano on Twitter.
– There is no danger to life in Eriksen – added the journalist
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