Denmark national team doctor Martin Boysen revealed terrifying details about the fall of team player Christian Eriksen, noting that the medical staff intervened to save the life of the Eriksen maker, who fainted and fell to the ground during his team’s match against Finland in the European Football Cup, Saturday, in Copenhagen, after The pulse has stopped completely.
“Eriksen was lying on his side, he was breathing and I felt his pulse, but suddenly things changed as everyone saw and we massaged his heart and resuscitated him,” Boysen said, according to the British Daily Mail. With it, we succeeded in bringing Christian back to life.”
On the other hand, cardiologist Sanjay Sharma, who specializes in sports medicine, confirmed that Danish star Christian Eriksen is lucky to be alive after collapsing and falling unconscious, according to the British news agency “BA Media”.
Sharma, who previously worked with Eriksen at Tottenham Hotspur, said the Danish player was lucky to survive an apparent cardiac arrest.
Sharma, a professor at St George’s University of London, said football authorities and doctors were likely to be very tough on letting Eriksen play football again.
Sharma, who worked with Eriksen at Tottenham, said: “It is clear that things went completely wrong, but they succeeded in getting him back, as the Danish player had his tests completely normal until 2019.”
He continued, “I am very happy that he is awake and in a stable condition, his condition will become very good, I do not know if he will play football again, he died even for a few minutes, but will the doctors allow him to die again? The answer is no.”
Sharma concluded by saying: The good news is that he is still alive, the bad news is that he is about to finish his career, so will he play another match in professional football, I can’t say, if he was in Britain he wouldn’t play, we have a very strict policy on this matter.
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