Sport Begovic slams authorities after Eriksen collapsed on the pitch

23:15  12 june  2021
23:15  12 june  2021 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

'Fight for your life': Drogba among stars wishing Eriksen well

  'Fight for your life': Drogba among stars wishing Eriksen well Former Chelsea star Didier Drogba was among the stars to wish Eriksen well. Fabrice Muamba, who collapsed on the pitch while playing for Bolton in 2012, also sent a message of support.Eriksen collapsed as a throw-in was taken towards him towards the end of the first half at the Parken Stadium in Copenhagen, with medical staff being called onto the pitch immediately to apply CPR and the game subsequently being postponed.

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Asmir Begovic has criticised football's authorities for ignoring the health of players.

Begovic made the comments after Denmark's Christian Eriksen collapsed during his side's Euro 2020 clash against Finland on Saturday.

Eriksen required CPR and was taken to hospital, where is awake and in a stable condition but will undergo further tests.

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Begovic said: 'The health and well-being of the players have long been ignored. Pushing more and more games into more condensed periods will only lead to more health problems for players. We hope that the people in power will notice this sooner or later '.

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 EURO 2021: Who is Christian Eriksen, the player who collapsed in full game? © Image Sport / Panoramic / Bestimage Euro 2021: Who is Christian Eriksen, the player who collapsed in full game? Christian Eriksen was the victim of a serious discomfort, this Saturday, June 12, in full game of the euro 2021. The Danish player collapsed and was evacuated on a stretcher. His condition is now stable. Your Browser does not support this video this Saturday, June 12, Christian Eriksen is in all spirits.

Bournemouth goalkeeper Begovic wanted to underline the absence of breaks in a very complicated season due to Covid.

He said: 'The stress of the players is very significant and from January 2020 to June 2021 the European players played many games without making a real summer break.'

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Eriksen went into the tournament having made 34 appearances for Inter Milan this season. He played 26 times during the previous campaign.

Many players, particularly those who ply their trade in the Premier League, have played a significant amount of games over the past year, with last season's league campaign having finished later as a consequence of the coronavirus pandemic.

The relentless schedule is set to continue over the next couple of years, with the 2022 World Cup poised to take place in Qatar during the middle of the domestic season.

Denmark's game against Finland resumed later on Saturday evening at the request of the players.

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Christian Eriksen is used after his collapse a defibrillator. That probably has consequences for the Danes at his association Inter Milan. © Provided by sport1.de Eriksen has to leave Inter-abused How is Christian Eriksen continued? On Thursday, the star after was operated on his collapse at the European Championship against Finland at heart. Eriksen was used a defibrillator, which should boost heartbeat in possible new dropouts.

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