Eriksen’s got a heart attack in the game.A street date with my family.
Christian Eriksen (29), who went through a dangerous situation, is known. 토토사이트
“Eriksen, who experienced a heart attack during a game in June, is recovering,” said The Sun on the 27th (Korea time). “He was recently spotted on the streets of Copenhagen, Denmark with his family,” the report said.
Eriksen experienced something that could have put him in great danger on the 13th of last month. Eriksen, a key member of the Danish national football team, started the first match against Finland in Group B of the Euro 2020. An unexpected situation occurred in the 40th minute of the first half when the game was going 0-0.
Eriksen suddenly fell on the ground without any collision. Medical staff were urgently deployed, and cardiopulmonary resuscitation was performed on Eriksen, who was unconscious. Eventually, the game was stopped, and Eriksen was carried off the field on a stretcher. Soon after, Eriksen regained consciousness, and Denmark and Finland’s games resumed.
When the news of Eriksen was announced at that time, former and incumbent players, including soccer figures, sent messages of support to him. Son Heung-min, who played with him during Tottenham Hotspur, also cheered for him by marking Eriksen’s back number “23” with his fingers after scoring in the second Asian qualifying match of the 2022 Qatar World Cup against Lebanon.
Also, the earnestness of the Danish national soccer team’s players who play for Eriksen shone. Denmark advanced to the round of 16 after Belgium in Group B. He then defeated Wales (4-0 win) and the Czech Republic (2-1 win) in a row, achieving the first semi-final in 29 years since winning Euro 1992.
Under these circumstances, “The Sun” reported Eriksen’s latest update. The media released some photos of Eriksen walking with his family on the street, saying, “Eriksen rarely made public appearances after being discharged from the hospital. “I was able to see what was going on early this month with a fan and a picture taken on the beach.
“Eriksen was in the hospital and underwent ICD insertion surgery to monitor heart conditions and act as a defibrillator,” said The Sun. “As the Italian Football Association ruled that Eriksen, who inserted the ICD into his body, could not play, his future has yet to be determined.”