The 29-year-old’s former sports cardiologist told Sky News that Christian Eriksen’s professional Danish football career may be over.
Interrel won the Italian championship this year, the national football team 109 times in the group match in the European Championship Denmark-Finland on Saturday He collapsed in the 43rd minute without any hesitation. More than 10 minutes later, Eriksen was lowered onto a stretcher. The European Union (UEFA) and the Danish Football Association announced that the player is at his side and has been taken to hospital in a stable condition.
The match was finally resumed after it was revealed that Eriksen was conscious. The Danish footballer also spent the night at the Rigshospital in Copenhagen, not far from the stadium.
A good sign is that on Saturday night he sent a letter from the hospital to his Inter teammates – this was confirmed by the Italian club’s sporting director Giuseppe Marotta. No new case information has been received since then.
A flood of messages from fans and players poured into social media on Saturday evening. In the third match today, the Belgian-Russian match Romelu Lukaku’s first goal announced after a penalty kick To his fellow lifesaver: “Chris, Chris I love you“!
We brought back Eriksen
Morten Possen, a member of the Danish medical team, was the first to come to the player after he fell on the field.
“When I got there, he was lying on the floor and breathing. But then the situation quickly changed and we had to use life-saving treatment.” – He told the newspaper Extra Bladet.
Posen praised the quick and efficient work of paramedics.
„We brought it backHe told the Danish newspaper, adding that the 29-year-old was still talking to him before he was taken to hospital.
Is Eriksen’s career over?
At the moment, there are only guesses as to what exactly happened.
Sports cardiologist talking to SkyNews According to him, Eriksen’s career could have easily ended and he would not be able to enter the field again.
Sanjay Sharma, a sports cardiologist at St George’s University of London, has also known the footballer personally since his time at Tottenham. He said Eriksen’s tests had been completely normal until 2019, when he strengthened the capital’s team.
However, how can cardiac arrest occur? Asked. In his opinion, there may be an unknown medical condition or high body temperature in the background, but the very good news is that the footballer was in the hospital with him.
“The good news is that he is alive, but the bad news is that his career may be over.”
He explained that I would probably not be allowed to play in the UK anymore.
The tragedy also highlighted the importance of immediate assistance. Social media publishes a series of posts about what a professional course of resuscitation is.
Sam Mohieldin, one of Eriksen’s doctors, told the BBC he would not have been able to bring the Dane back without immediate intervention.