Sports flattering criticizes "ridiculous" options of UEFA
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that the EM lot was continued between Denmark and Finland on Saturday, ensures discussions. Kasper flattering shared his thoughts.
After collapse of Eriksen
after the collapse of Christian Eriksen shortly before the half of the European Championship game between Denmark and Finland, both teams had left the playing field and continued to play with a 107-minute interruption after it was clear that Eriksen was "stabilized".
According to Denmark coach Kasper Hjulmand, there have been "no pressure" from the pages of the UEFA, to add the game again, but just two options. "Continue the game or play tomorrow at 12 o'clock. But everyone wanted to continue playing today." Especially because "the players were sure not to sleep today. To play tomorrow, the situation would have made even heavier."
Denmark coach steps up UEFA criticism over game resumption
COPENHAGEN (AP) — Denmark coach Kasper Hjulmand stepped up his criticism of UEFA on Tuesday for not giving his players the option to postpone the game against Finland in the wake of Christian Eriksen’s collapse. Hjulmand said UEFA failed to “lead with compassion” and that his players were put “in a hugely difficult situation” after the incident on Saturday at the European Championship. The Euro 2020 game resumed following a suspension of about 90 minutes after Eriksen suffered cardiac arrest and had to be resuscitated with a defibrillator. Denmark was given the option by UEFA to either resume that evening or come back at noon on Sunday.
goalkeeper Kasper Schützel, who acted unhappy at the decisive 0: 1 by Finland Joel Pohjanpalo, called the options of UEFA against the "BBC" "ridiculous". He could not understand.
also ZDF expert and Gladbach professional Christoph Kramer chose significant words. "That's absolute madness, which would never have happened." Similarly, it formulated the Danish icon Michael Laudrup: "I respect that our team and the Finns have managed to continue to play. But if something happens, they are full of emotions and do not have the overview to make important decisions. It must take anyone give, who then says: 'We listen here.' "
UEFA abolishes away goals rule as major Champions League and Europa League change announced .
The law has been in place since 1965 but will now no longer be used to help decide knockout ties, starting from the 2021-22 seasonThe away goals rule has been used for over half a century but will no longer be used to decide knockout matches in UEFA club competitions, including the Champions League and Europa League.