Eriksen, invited to the European Cup final, a month after suffering cardiac arrest

London, United Kingdom.- danish midfielder, Christian Eriksen, who is recovering from cardiac arrest on June 12 at the European Championships, was invited to Sunday’s final in London, where he hopes to be Denmark, which is measured at England Wednesday in the semi-finals, announced this Tuesday UEFA.

An EU spokesman told AFP that Eriksen and his wife had “received an invitation from the president of the European Union (Alexander Ceferin).”

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“We don’t know if they will come or prefer to rest,” he added.

Eriksen, 29, shocked the soccer planet at the start of the tournament in mid-June when he was a victim Heart attack In the full match Denmark and Finland in Copenhagen.

He was resuscitated on the grass in front of his teammates, some crying, and taken to hospital before they put in a small defibrillator to regulate his heart rate, questioning his ability to continue his career.

Photos: This is Sabrina Kvist Jensen, Christian Eriksen’s unconditional partner

The attacking midfielder Inter Milan, outside the hospital, provided a great moral support to his team, the team inspired by this European championship, which dreams on Wednesday in London of returning to the final of the tournament, 29 years after its unexpected title. Euro 1992.

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