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Suffered a cardiac arrest on the field, Christian Eriksen may no longer play with Inter
Danish footballer Christian Eriksen is unlikely to play with the Inter team in Italy anymore. This is because Italy can legally ban the player from playing on the field if he has suffered a cardiac arrest.
Dr. Scott Murray, a well-known NHS cardiologist, told MailOnline: " Maybe this is the end of his career. Italians legally forbid people from participating in sports if they are found to have similar heart anomalies. so he should have done all the tests before he started. ”
The 29-year-old fell unconscious on the field during Denmark's Euro 2020 match with Finland on Saturday night after a suspected cardiac arrest and according to dailymail the midfielder's heart stopped for five minutes on the field.
The Denmark captain was taken to hospital and after the incident was in stable condition, although he still fears for his long-term health and his playing career.
He has been a part of Denmark for the last 11 years.