UEFA confirmed that Christian Eriksen was transported to hospital and “stabilized” after collapsing on Saturday.
The Danish Football Association added that the Inter’s midfielder Eriksen was “vigilant” and ready for “further checkup” after he fell down on the ground when there is no one around him in the first half of Euro 2020 in Copenhagen, match against Finland.
Teammates and referee Anthony Taylor immediately rushed to the rescue’s aid, creating a protective barrier around her as the players struggled to bring Eriksen back to life.
And soon, UEFA confirmed that the match had been postponed “due to the medical issues.”
Further amend follows and confirms that Eriksen is now in hospital, with a crisis meeting scheduled for Saturday.
UEFA’s statement say: ” After the medical emergency involving Denmark’s player Christian Eriksen, a crisis meeting took place with both teams and match officials and further information will be announced at 19:45 CET.
“The player has been transferred to the hospital and has been stabilized.”
After the incident, Eriksen sent messages from all over the football world on social media.
The former Tottenham player Harry Kane, where he spent six and a half years, said on Twitter: “All our thoughts are with Christian Eriksen and his family.”
Harry Kane played for Spurs Eriksen and had to appear in the media with English manager Gareth Southgate on the evening of their meeting at Wembley with Croatia.
The press conference was canceled and the football association said, “Tonight we are thinking of Christian Eriksen and his family and everyone in the Danish Football Association.”