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Christian Eriksen 'Awake' And 'Stabilised' After Collapsing During Finland Match

Christian Eriksen 'Awake' And 'Stabilised' After Collapsing During Finland Match
By Gary Connaughton Updated
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UEFA and the Danish Football Association have confirmed that Denmark midfielder Christian Eriksen has been 'stabilised' after a medical emergency during the nation's Euro 2020 clash against Finland this evening.

The match was postponed after the player collapsed on the pitch during the first half, receiving medical attention as he was surrounded by his teammates.

Eriksen would leave the pitch on a stretcher, with news soon filtering through that the remainder of the match had been suspended.

Everyone was anxiously awaiting some positive news about the player's condition, with UEFA then confirming that the 29-year old had been 'stabilised' after being transferred to a nearby hospital.

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The Danish Football Association soon added that Eriksen was awake and was awaiting further medical tests.

The player's agent would also confirm that he is awake and is able to communicate.

While we await further information, this seems like the type of positive news everyone would have been hoping for.

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The medical professionals, officials, and players from both teams cannot receive enough praise for how they handled the incident.

Everyone here at Balls is wishing Christian Eriksen the speediest of recoveries.

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