Denmark midfielder Christian Erikson suffered a cardiac arrest in their opening EURO 2020 game on Saturday against Finland, after collapsing on the pitch during the first half of the game, the former Tottenham midfielder required CPR on the pitch before he was taken to the hospital where he finally recovered.
Erikson has sent a message to his fans and teammates after his recovery.
And after his recovery, he has sent a message to his fans and teammates through his agent, and in his short message, he thanked all the fans for their well-wishes, he also disclosed to them that he Is feeling better now and will not give up.
"Thank you, I won't give up. I feel better now - but I want to understand what's happened,"
"I want to say thank you all for what you did for me." Source: Gazzetta Dello Sport.
Meanwhile, we are yet to know if he will be able to play football again, but according to the doctor, he is responding to treatment, and his fans and other football lovers would be happy to know that he is feeling better now.
Are you happy about his recovery?
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