Motions of the football world surprised around Christian Eriksen | Euro2020 news


Footballers and fans are turning to social media to send their wishes to the recovery of the Danish midfielder after his collapse during the Euro 2020 match.

Shocked football players and fans flooded social media to send their wishes to Danish midfielder Christian Eriksen after he collapsed on the field during his country’s Europe 2020 match with Finland.

The 29-year-old suddenly fell to the ground in the 42nd minute of Saturday’s game as he ran near the left contact line at Copenhagen’s Parken Stadium. The medical staff resuscitated him and took him to the hospital.

UEFA, the governing body of the tournament, said Eriksen was “in a stable state”, while the Danish football federation said he was awake. The match resumed at 18:30 GMT.

Earlier, the dramatic scenes had caused an instant shock sensation at the stadium, where some 15,000 fans fell into a silent silence. Some fans could be seen crying and hugging in the stands, before the chants of Eriksen’s name filled Parken for the fans of both teams.

A huge roar came out of all the fans when the stadium advertisers said in a statement on the video screen that Eriksen was “stable and awake.”

On Saturday later, Belgian striker Romelu Lukaku scored a goal when his country faced Russia and celebrated by running straight to a TV camera and saying โ€œI love youโ€ to Eriksen. Both are teammates of the Italian club Inter Milan.

The incident involving Eriksen sparked an outpouring of player support on social media, with current and former footballers sending in their prayers for his recovery.

Fabrice Muamba, who also collapsed on the pitch in 2012 at White Hart Lane while playing for Bolton against Tottenham, said on Twitter “Please God”.

โ€œOur thoughts and prayers are with Christian Eriksen and his family,โ€ Portuguese star Cristiano Ronaldo said on Instagram. “The world of football stays together waiting for good news. I hope to see you back on the field soon, Chris! Stay strong! โ€

Eriksen’s team-mate at Inter Milan Lautaro Martinez also wrote, “Come on Chris! Please, Chris,” while the club posted on Twitter, “Forza Chris, all our thoughts are with you! “

Inter Milan teammate and Moroccan football star Achraf Hakimi simply tweeted “Eriksen Please”.

Tottenham, for whom Eriksen made 305 appearances over seven years from 2013, said: “All our thoughts are with Christian Eriksen and his family.”

The Canadian national team also sent their best wishes to Eriksen and his family.

Mesut Ozil, attacking midfielder of Turkish club Fenerbahce, expressed his shock and said: “We are all with you.”

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