Christian Eriksen

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Fucking hell man, hopefully it was just something to do with exhaustion and it was nothing else that may be serious.
 

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Marotta just said Chris wrote to everyone that he's ok, waiting for return and that his test are positive (not Covid positive but actually positive). Thank god.
 

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Anyone know of any player that have actually come back on the pitch after something like this?

Super happy that he’s still alive. It didn’t look good at all for a while
 

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Sounds like a miraculous recovery in what could easily have been so much worse. Thank fuck... Those were the longest and the most nerve wrecking minutes during a EC game in maybe ever.
 

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Anyone know of any player that have actually come back on the pitch after something like this?

Super happy that he’s still alive. It didn’t look good at all for a while

On historical precedence not that I can think of, but at the same time, how many of then end uo with the guy conscious being carried off the pitch and awake and talking and coherent in 3 hours?

Let's see how the next week goes really
 

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Fucking hell...

All things considered, this ended well. At one point I really thought he died... Horrible, horrible...
 

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Anyone know of any player that have actually come back on the pitch after something like this?

Super happy that he’s still alive. It didn’t look good at all for a while

Daley Blind collapsed twice in a year and was diagnosed with heart muscle inflammation.
 

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When they carried him off the pitch after several minutes of re-animation, that's when I started to really fear the worst. Little did we know, he was already conscious at that point. Props to the medics for bringing him back to consciousness asap.

Heart-pounding and dizziness for me, even after the good news. I simply cannot imagine what his family went through.
 

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Genuinely one of the worst 15 minutes of football I’ve watched in my 39 years.

Both my partner and I fucking sobbed our eyes out watching it.

He is still here with his wife and his children tonight, and that’s all that matters.

Makes you stop for a moment. Love to you all.
 

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Absolutely gutted when I heard the news today. Have been shaken all day. Thank you Kjaer and the medical staff for saving him.
 

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Edit: The commentator just said that Eriksen facetimes with his team mates before the went on the pitch again.

What "facetimes with his team mates" means?
 

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Was simply terrible to watch it as they were CPRing him and then using defibrillator. Doctor said afterwards he breathed and they felt his pulse when they arrived. And then the pulse just stopped so the situation got worse. When they started moving him, not knowing the his status felt awful as of course we all started to worry about the worst.

At least him talking to his dad (and family) and his teammates gives assurances the situation is goodish. Gotta hope no permanent damage was done. I'm honestly not expecting him to play again.
 

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Hope he gets fully recovered soon.
May I ask why do footballers and sports people in general usually experience this kind of issue, heart problems? Marc viven foe, puerta, cheikh tiote, jarque and piemario morosini all died from heart issues after collapsing on the pitch. Fabrice muamba barely managed to survive, he was lucky while Abdelhak nouri is now living a half life after collapsing on the pitch. Please shed more light on this issue. Coz I've started thinking of stop doing any sort of exercises let alone playing football.
 

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Ståle Solbakken falled to the ground under a training session at FC Copenhagen (FCK) back in 2001. Their training grounds are close to the stadium. He was dead for 7 minutes but the FCK doctor was at the scene immediately and managed to bring him back to life. Solbakken got a pacemaker installed but had to stop his career (he was already in the late stage of his career) and has since been a very successful coach at FCK and is currently the NT coach of Norway. The Danish NT doctor is as well a doctor at FCK and it could be possible that the situation with Solbakken back in 2001 have had an impact here in terms of being prepared and acting very fast in a situation like this. It is not the same doctor as back in 2001 but I am sure that the routines have been implemented due to 2001. Then of course also the fact that the hospital is located almost next door to the stadium. Honestly I am happy that this at least happened at a big match on home soil close to hospital and professionals and not somewhere else like a training pitch in the middle of the Alps ect. far away from a team of professional medics. Christian got the right treatment from the first second which have a huge importance in terms of the longer term. The way Simon Kjær acted in the situation was truly fascinating as well with Kasper Schmeichel who did his very best to calm everyone down afterwards including Eriksens wife on the sideline. Yesterday we were lucky. Fuck the unfair result (shots on goal: DK: 23 and FIN 1), life is much more important.

I hope today will bring some good news for Eriksen and his family.
 

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"Italian sport system has very strict rules when players suffer cardiac arrest, there are laws preventing players return on the field and play sport again with abnormality in their heart. "

Scott Murray , NHS cardilogist.
 

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Hope he gets fully recovered soon.
May I ask why do footballers and sports people in general usually experience this kind of issue, heart problems? Marc viven foe, puerta, cheikh tiote, jarque and piemario morosini all died from heart issues after collapsing on the pitch. Fabrice muamba barely managed to survive, he was lucky while Abdelhak nouri is now living a half life after collapsing on the pitch. Please shed more light on this issue. Coz I've started thinking of stop doing any sort of exercises let alone playing football.

Not an expert - but statistically surely it's bound to happen to some players? The same way they suffer from other conditions as well.
 

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J..;[URL="tel:2005402" said:
2005402[/URL]]Ståle Solbakken falled to the ground under a training session at FC Copenhagen (FCK) back in 2001. Their training grounds are close to the stadium. He was dead for 7 minutes but the FCK doctor was at the scene immediately and managed to bring him back to life. Solbakken got a pacemaker installed but had to stop his career (he was already in the late stage of his career) and has since been a very successful coach at FCK and is currently the NT coach of Norway. The Danish NT doctor is as well a doctor at FCK and it could be possible that the situation with Solbakken back in 2001 have had an impact here in terms of being prepared and acting very fast in a situation like this. It is not the same doctor as back in 2001 but I am sure that the routines have been implemented due to 2001. Then of course also the fact that the hospital is located almost next door to the stadium. Honestly I am happy that this at least happened at a big match on home soil close to hospital and professionals and not somewhere else like a training pitch in the middle of the Alps ect. far away from a team of professional medics. Christian got the right treatment from the first second which have a huge importance in terms of the longer term. The way Simon Kjær acted in the situation was truly fascinating as well with Kasper Schmeichel who did his very best to calm everyone down afterwards including Eriksens wife on the sideline. Yesterday we were lucky. Fuck the unfair result (shots on goal: DK: 23 and FIN 1), life is much more important.

I hope today will bring some good news for Eriksen and his family.

Good shout, definitely it has had effect on processes and such.

Also feels a bit bad to win this match like this. Our first major tournament game and without the incident it would have been the one of the most epic matches of Finland ever but the incident clearly affected the result so it just doesn't feel right.
 

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Hope he gets fully recovered soon.
May I ask why do footballers and sports people in general usually experience this kind of issue, heart problems? Marc viven foe, puerta, cheikh tiote, jarque and piemario morosini all died from heart issues after collapsing on the pitch. Fabrice muamba barely managed to survive, he was lucky while Abdelhak nouri is now living a half life after collapsing on the pitch. Please shed more light on this issue. Coz I've started thinking of stop doing any sort of exercises let alone playing football.

There is a comment on reddit from a guy who claimed to be a physician. His comment is full of technical terms but basically over their career, some parts of an athlete’s heart will become overdeveloped while other parts may stay underdeveloped. This mismatch can cause some irregular rhythm and can be deadly yet undetectable until it manifests, at least with current technology.

Tldr its like cancer, there is always a chance that your heart decides to explode at any moment.
 
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