CHRISTIAN Eriksen has been “transferred to hospital and stabilised,” UEFA said in a statement.
Denmark’s midfielder collapsed during their opening Euro 2020 game against Finland and received CPR on the pitch.
Eriksen’s team mates stood round the player as he received medical attention on the pitch[/caption]
A statement issued by UEFA said: “Following the medical emergency involving Denmark’s player Christian Eriksen, a crisis meeting has taken place with both teams and match officials and further information will be communicated at 19:45 CET. The player has been transferred to the hospital and has been stabilised.”
Medical staff immediately rushed the field and performed CPR in an attempt to resuscitate Eriksen. Denmark players formed a circle around the medical staff in a bid for privacy.
Shocked fans in Copenhagen’s Parken Stadium looked on in horror as medics tended to the ex-Spurs star.
Eriksen’s team mates formed a circle around the Inter Milan ace, with some in tears.
There was no immediate word on Eriksen’s condition.
The match was stopped in the 43rd minute.
UEFA later announced the match has been suspended due to a “medical emergency”.
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