Christian Eriksen shocked the entire football world when he suffered a heart attack during the European Championship match Denmark – Finland. Meanwhile, things are going in the right direction for the Inter playmaker, but he can still use all the support. And so all European Championship countries recorded a message for Eriksen. For Belgium, Jan Vertonghen was allowed to do the honors.
“Chris, you scared us all really hard,” said the Dane’s former teammate. “Everyone in the team and in Belgium sympathizes with you and your family. Luckily I was able to talk to you for a while. I hope everything goes well and that we can talk about it soon. Best of luck to you and your family. I talk to you soon!”
Danish football fans will show their support to Christian Eriksen in the tenth minute of the European Championship match in Copenhagen against the Red Devils on Thursday. They have called on social media to clap for a minute for the number 10 of the national team, who has been in a hospital near the Parken stadium since Saturday.
Eriksen collapsed at the end of the first half of the first European Championship group match against Finland and had to be resuscitated on the field.
Under the circumstances, the 29-year-old midfielder is doing well, who sent a message into the world on Tuesday morning. “I’m fine, given the circumstances. I still have some tests to do in the hospital, but I feel good. Now I’m going to cheer on the guys from the Danish team in the upcoming matches. Play for all of Denmark,” Eriksen wrote with a photo of him giving a thumbs up in the hospital bed.