Christian Eriksen's doctor describes how medical team 'got him back'

Christian Eriksen is recovering in hospital after collapsing during a European Championship game when his team doctor shared details about how the hero’s medical staff resuscitated him on the sidelines.

Inter Milan teammates and former Spurs players burst into tears after the Danish midfielder collapsed about 40 minutes after the Finland game in Copenhagen.

He fell to the ground in the Parken Stadium in Copenhagen just before half-time. There were no players around when he suddenly fell.

Denmark’s team doctor Morten Boesen said: “We were called to the field when Christian fell over. I didn’t even see it, but it quickly became clear that he was unconscious,” reports ” Sky news.

Dr. Boesen added, “When we got there, he was lying on his side breathing and having a pulse. The picture changed pretty quickly and then we started the life-saving heart treatment.

“We also received help very quickly from the stadium doctor and the rest of the emergency services and implemented the necessary measures.

“We got Christian back and he managed to speak to me before he was taken to the hospital for further evaluation and evaluation.”

Uefa tweeted that Eriksen had been “transferred to the hospital and stabilized”.

Last night the BBC apologized after showing footage showing the player receiving footage after the collapse.

In a statement, the BBC said: “We apologize to anyone who has been upset about the images broadcast.

“The stadium coverage is controlled by Uefa as the host broadcaster, and as soon as the game was interrupted, we took our coverage off the television as soon as possible.”

According to Uefa, the first round match between the two nations was interrupted, but resumed at 7.30 pm “at the request of players from both teams”.

Denmark tweeted an update that read: “Christian Eriksen is awake and (ready) for further examinations at Rigshospitalet (hospital).”


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