Danish playmaker Christian Eriksen suffered a shocking life scare after he collapsed in the 42nd minute when they were playing against Finland. The incident happened shortly after he appeared to control the ball using his chest.
Center referee Anthony Taylor immediately stopped the match as emergency medics were called into the pitch to attend to Eriksen. Eventually, UEFA suspended the match and Eriksen was carried out in a stretcher. He was conscious and was receiving oxygen through a mask.
And now it is good news to the whole football community after Eriksen's agent said the player is getting better and was breathing and speaking. Martin Schoots said he had been in contact with Eriksen's father who disclosed the details to him.
"I just spoke to Christian's father and he told me that he is breathing, he is able to speak and he’s NOT in danger," revealed Martin Schoots as captured by a popular football pundit.
Various football stakeholders and clubs have sent their messages of quick recovery to the Inter Milan midfielder.
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