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Entertainment referee speaks about Eriksen's cardiac arrest

18:13  04 august  2021
18:13  04 august  2021 Source:   motorsport-total.com

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The English referee Anthony Taylor speaks for the first time on the cardiac arrest of Christian Eriksen, which he experienced as a senior referee.

Schiedsrichter spricht über Eriksens Herzstillstand © Provided by Sport1.de referee speaks about Eriksens's cardiac arrest

The cardiac arrest by Christian Eriksen was undoubtedly the event of the European Championship 2021, which will remain the most football fans in memory.

now has referee Anthony Taylor, who had spoke the match between Denmark and Finland, spoke for the first time on the events in Copenhagen.

"I was ten meters away and looked at him directly. There was no one in his area. I could clearly see that something did not agreed, "the English referee of BBC revealed. After the game, the 42-year-old had been praised for his quick response.

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ultimately - probably therefore - all well and Eriksen recovered quickly in the hospital. The European Championship was played on the same day after the team could talk to Eriksen about Facetime.

"I still remember lively about how we brought the teams back to the cabin," Taylor said, "A security man said to me and asked for the permission that Eriksens wife should be on the field. For me an absolute no-brainer, of course that was okay. "

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Taylor realized that it was the most difficult situation of his career, but show, "how important it is to deal with people and emotions". This is also a main task of the referees: "People think referees did not have a heart and only to ruin afterwards. But basically it is about understanding how people feel and react. "

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"It makes aware of how precious life can be," Taylor said, who has ever lived through a similar situation: "I've had a sudden cardiac arrest as I as a referee worked for Burnley and Newcastle. One of my colleagues, Eddie Wolstenholme, had a cardiac arrest in the dressing room. "

In such situation, heroes were asked, which was born around Eriksen. "The true heroes are the doctors who performed the cardiac pressure massage, and Simon Kjaer, who started with it," believes Taylor: "My role has moved a bit a little, one becomes a central actor in crisis management. But I'm emphasizing again: the only thing I've done was to get the doctors. "

Whether and how the 29-year-old Eriksen can continue his career and wants, is so far unclear.

Eriksen back to Milan (video) .
© Provided by Sports.co.uk The Danish leader returned to Milan. Here are images that are pleased to see: Christian Eriksen found his club of the Inter Milan , his teammates and the Staff Lombard. In great shape obviously. Nearly two months after the cardiac malaise that has upset the world of football, in the middle game of the euro between Denmark and Finland, the interested party can see the resumption of his career. "This morning, Christian Eriksen went to the training center.

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