Denmark midfielder Christian Eriksen scored Tuesday on his return to the Copenhagen stadium where he suffered a cardiac arrest last year as England and France also won the latest round of pre-World Cup friendlies.
Christian Eriksen said his goal on his return to the Denmark national side was “just a warmup” for the game at the same Copenhagen stadium where he suffered a cardiac arrest last year.
Catch up with highlights from the international friendly as Christian Eriksen scored within two minutes of his return to international football in Denmark’s 4-2 defeat to the Netherlands.
Denmark’s Christian Eriksen made an emotional goal-scoring return to international football on Saturday as England, Germany and Spain carved out friendly victories.
Christian Eriksen’s return to the Denmark team, nine months after suffering a cardiac arrest playing for his country, will be slightly delayed because he has Covid, the federation announced Sunday.
Danish footballer Christian Eriksen, who collapsed with a cardiac arrest at last year’s European Championships, completed a remarkable return to the sport on Monday as he signed for Premier League side Brentford.
Brentford are set to complete the signing of Christian Eriksen imminently, in a move which would herald one of the great sporting comebacks.
Christian Eriksen is set to be offered a return to the Premier League, with Brentford prepared to offer the Dane a short-term deal.
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