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Last night, the world football was shocked. Danish star Christian Eriksson fell in his team’s Euro 2020 game against Finland.
The Inter Milan midfielder needed a few minutes of CPR, but he did regain consciousness and is currently in a stable position.
When the terrible incident happened, the game was abandoned in the 41st minute, but restarted after Eriksson stabilized.
The report stated that the former Tottenham hero had a FaceTime call with his Danish teammates and asked them to continue the game, but they lost the game 1-0.
Eriksen has received blessings from many people in football and other fields, and Prince William sent him an elegant message last night.
The Copenhagen match eclipsed Belgium’s 3-0 victory over Russia in St. Petersburg.
Erickson’s Inter Milan colleague Romelu Lukaku scored the Red Devils’ first goal and said to the camera during the celebration: “Chris, Chris…I love you.”
Thanks to Kiefer Moore’s header in the second half, Wales had a good start. They drew 1-1 with Switzerland in Baku.
England hope they can start with a victory when they face Croatia in their first game today.
Due to an ankle injury, coach Gareth Southgate will miss defender Harry Maguire, and Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson seems unlikely to be suitable for this game.
Today’s other games are Austria against North Macedonia and the Netherlands against Ukraine.