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Discussion in 'The Euros '21' started by StewieJT, Jun 12, 2021.
Good to hear some positive news for now if right.
Terrific news massive relief. Well done to the medical staff and all involved.
Next 24 hours for him will be crucial, thankfully he'll be getting the best care possible.
Honestly thought he died. Was actually horrible to watch.
It's a cliche I know, but suddenly football doesn't seem to matter one iota. I was concerned that they were still working on him on the pitch whereas I'd expect them to move him to somewhere better equipped once he's stable, but the pictures posted above seem to show he's conscious. Fingers crossed for him now.
Same here. That was such a long time they were putting the defib into him.
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Looks legitimate. Thank god.
I think he may have died medically.
Seeing plenty of corroboration that he was conscious now.
Not a religious person at all but thank god.
I must admit, the same thing crossed my mind - it's what the internet does to you - but it does appear to be positive news, thankfully.
Can't remember the last time I felt so emotional
Thank f*ck he seems to be ok, scary shit
Never seen anything like that before and dont want to again.
Fantastic job the medics did. Let's not forget they have saved his life.
That was ****ing scary.
Medics - miracle workers, thank you.
Denmark players - absolute respect for what they did.
One of the scariest things i've seen, certainly on live television.
Thank **** for the actions of the medical staff, the players nearby Eriksen when it happened and the quick reactions of Anthony Taylor. Very much relieved that he's alive. Hopefully he'll be OK.
These people who are clever enough and skilled enough to do what the medical staff did today - there are just no words to describe them. The way he looked, I feared the worst (without ever wanting to say or type the words).
The Denmark players deserve a lot of credit as well - that show of solidarity towards, not just their team mate and colleague, but their friend, to form a ring of steel around him, to give him that privacy any human deserves in that situation, was incredible.
And once the dust has settled the TV broadcasters and the BBC (who could easily have cut to the studio I am sure) will have lots of questions to answer about what they did this evening. Truly disgusting from them.
Fingers crossed Eriksen is able to make a full recovery from this
Great to hear after the scary situation.
The quick reactions by officials and medical staff saved him.
Stabilised!!! Thank God!!
He isn't out of the woods yet but it's good to see he is visibly conscious in that photo.
I remember Puerta from Sevilla collapsing on the pitch years ago and they managed to revive him but he died a few days later, so hopefully he doesn't have anymore episodes in the coming days.