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Denmark doctor says Eriksen ‘was gone’ after ‘cardiac arrest’

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Denmark’s team doctor said Christian Eriksen “was gone” after suffering a “cardiac arrest” during Denmark’s Euro 2020 opener against Finland on Saturday. Doctor Morten Boesen told a news conference on Sunday a cardiac resuscitation was required. “We got him back after one defibrillator,” he said. “That’s quite fast.” Boesen said the player is fine and the tests he has undergone so far have all returned normal results. But “we don’t have an explanation why it happened,” he said. “At the moment I can’t answer that question.” Eriksen went to ground, free of contact from any opponent, in the 43rd …

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