qChristian Eriksen a familiar name among many football fans having played for Spurs in England and Inter Milan in Italy.
Christian Eriksen is one of the players who were known for their free kick abilities in the Premier League during his time at Tottenham.He managed to play 226 games for Spurs scoring 51 goals and 62 assists before joining Inter Milan.
His Inter career was cut short following his Cardiac arrest during Denmark's Euro 2020 campaign.It was a moment that was emotional for football fans accross the world and even led to postponement of the game midway.
Eriksen made a return to the Premier League this winter signing for the newly promoted side Brentford.He made his debut off the bench in Brentford 's 2-0 loss to Newcastle a week ago.
Yesterday Norwich welcomed Brentford in fixture that saw Eriksen start a football match for the first time in 226 days after his Cardiac arrest.The midfielder went ahead to play all the 90 minutes in the 3-1 win for his side.
However, Brandon Williams was at the spotlight during the game.The United loanee who has been a regular player for Norwich this season had an encounter with Eriksen that he will always recall.
Eriksen seemed to be dragging the on motion fullback behind by holding his shirt.Williams eventually fell on the ground and looked annoyed by the tackle on and tried to mould his offender only to realize it was Eriksen.A quick change of emotion was seen with Williams opting to hug Eriksen who was left bemused by his actions.
I strongly believe that the injury Eriksen had played a role in this.When Williams realized it was Eriksen and probably remembered the Cardiac arrest issue which made him afraid to cause any harm to Eriksen.
Eriksen had said before his return that he doesn't want any special treatment but that will be really hard for other players.
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