“A message from Christian Eriksen”.
This Tuesday morning, at 9 am, the Danish Federation published a tweet that will do good to all those who have been worried since last Saturday about the Danish player's state of health.
Victim of a heart attack in the middle of a match against Finland on the second day of this Euro, the Inter Milan midfielder owed his salvation only to the responsiveness of his partners and the cardiac massage very quickly practiced by rescuers.
An attitude that cardiologists have since hailed for its exemplary character in mastering first aid gestures when dealing with a person who is the victim of such discomfort.
A message from @ ChrisEriksen8.
♥ ️🤍 pic.twitter.com/WDTHjqE94w
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The tweet, from the Danish Federation, first shows Eriksen, with a smile, giving a thumbs up from his hospital bed. The snapshot is accompanied by a few words: “Hello everyone, a big thank you for your kind and incredible wishes and messages from all over the world. It means so much to me and my family. I'm fine - given the circumstances. I still have to take tests in the hospital but I feel good. Now I will support the boys of the Danish team. Play for all of Denmark. Friendships. Christian. "
Denmark, which lost in the first match against Finland (1-0), which had finally resumed after almost two hours of interruption pending news of Eriksen, will face Belgium on Thursday. The Italian press suggested this Tuesday morning that the midfielder would like to be able to encourage his friends from the stands of the Parken Stadium in Copenhagen.