Denmark star Eriksen stable after collapse on pitch during Euro 2020 match vs Finland
Denmark midfielder Christian Eriksen is stable in hospital after collapsing during his country’s opening Euro 2020 game against Finland in Copenhagen.
The Inter star went down during the opening half of the Group B match and required extensive medical attention on the pitch before he was removed on a stretcher.
After Eriksen was taken to the hospital, UEFA sent out word that his condition was stable. The Danish FA also confirmed that Eriksen was awake and undergoing further tests. The game was initially suspended before it was later restarted after a delay of more than 90 minutes, with Finland winning 1-0.
Belgium 3 Russia 0: Romelu Lukaku gets Euro 2020 title bid underway with brace in Saint Petersburg
ROMELU LUKAKU fired a warning shot to Belgium’s Euro 2020 rivals with a brace in the Red Devils’ comfortable win over Russia.
After Group B’s opening day was overshadowed by the horrifying scenes of Christian Eriksen’s collapse, Lukaku dedicated his first-half goal to his Inter Milan team-mate.
Thomas Meunier quickly made it 2-0 as Russia struggled to relive their 2018 World Cup glory on home turf.