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Euro 2020: Belgium's Romelu Lukaku dedicated the first goal against Russia to Christian Eriksen

Euro 2020: Belgium’s Romelu Lukaku dedicated the first goal against Russia to Christian Eriksen

Eriksen collapsed shortly before halftime with a throw-in without any interference from the opponent and left him on the grass. The Danish paramedics and emergency doctors responded immediately and saved the midfield star’s life.

The Danish players protected Eriksen, who was carried off the field on a stretcher. There were tears in the eyes of many of the 29-year-old’s teammates. Then the match in Copenhagen was halted for nearly 100 minutes.

Everything came clear to Eriksen from the hospital. And the Inter player spoke, according to the Danish Federation, and asked his team to continue the match against Finland. In the end, Denmark lost 1-0 (0-0), and the winning goal was scored by Joel Bohjanpalo (59th place).

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“We called him and the players spoke to Christian. This is good news. He is fine and they are playing the match for Christian,” said Danish Football Association director Peter Muller of public radio DR.

Lukaku set for Belgium against Russia (3-0) Mathematically, after his opening goal, he scored the final goal (88). Thomas Meunier provisional scored 2-0 (34).

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