Christian Eriksen’s reaction after Denmark qualified for the Euro 2020 semifinals – Christian Eriksen is also proud of Denmark who managed to secure a ticket to the semifinals of Euro 2020.

Denmark advanced to the semifinals of Euro 2020 after eliminating the Czech Republic in the last eight.

The Dynamite team won 2-1 over the Czechs in the match which took place at the Baku Olympic Stadium, Saturday (3/7/2021) night WIB.

Denmark’s two winning goals were scored by Thomas Delaney and Kasper Dolberg. Meanwhile, the Czechs responded through a Patrik Schick goal.

In the Euro 2020 semifinals, Denmark will face England at Wembley Stadium, London, Thursday (8/7/2021) early morning WIB.

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This is Denmark’s first success in reaching the semifinals of the European Cup since 1992, which in that edition, they won.

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Denmark’s qualification to the last four of Euro 2020 was greeted with joy by all team members, including Christian Eriksen.

Through a WhatsApp message sent to his team mates, Eriksen was proud of Denmark’s achievements so far at Euro 2002.

“I’m proud of you,” said Eriksen’s message to his Denmark team-mates, as quoted from Football Italia, Sunday (4/7/2021).

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Christian Eriksen could not celebrate Denmark’s qualification to the semifinals of Euro 2020 with his team-mates.

This is because Eriksen is still in the recovery stage after suffering cardiac arrest in the Euro 2020 group stage match.

The Inter Milan playmaker collapsed in the middle of the field when Denmark faced Finland in the opening match of Group B Euro 2020, Saturday (12/6/2021).

Eriksen survived and regained consciousness after about 15 minutes of treatment on the pitch.

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After regaining consciousness, Eriksen was immediately rushed to a nearby hospital for further treatment.

Eriksen was finally allowed to go home on June 18 2018 after a week of undergoing surgery to install a cardioverter defibrillator (ICD).

Currently, Eriksen’s condition is getting better, and he can even do activities in public areas.

This can be seen from the upload of a teenager named Bjorn Bindzus on Friday (2/7/2021), the day before Denmark against the Czech Republic in the quarter-finals of Euro 2020.



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