Nigeria

I want to know what happened to me, Eriksen breaks silence

Belgium and Inter Milan star, Christian Eriksen has spoken for the first time since his cardiac arrest on Saturday. In a a brief message to ...

Belgium and Inter Milan star, Christian Eriksen has spoken for the first time since his cardiac arrest on Saturday.

In a a brief message to the public in quotes reported by Italian outlet Gazzetta dello Sport, the 29-year-old said he feels better.

He said he wants to ‘understand what happened’.

It was his first message to the public since his cardiac arrest on Saturday.

Doctors said he was gone but was resuscitated in 13 minutes of intense medical treatment – including CPR and defibrillator shocks.

Then he was stretchered off the Copenhagen pitch fully conscious.

Eriksen said: “Thank you all, I won’t give up. I feel better now but I want to understand what happened.

“I want to say thank you for all you did for me.”

Martin Schoots, Eriksen’s friend and agent in a report by The SUN added: “We spoke this morning (Sunday).

“He joked, he was in a good mood, I found him fine.

“We all want to understand what happened to him, he wants to do it too.

“The doctors are carrying out in-depth examinations, it will take time”.

Football news:

Van Dijk on the 1st match after injury: 285 days ago, my return began. The work continues
Director of Sassuolo: Locatelli wants to go to Juventus, but Torino need to negotiate with us
Pochettino did not think about leaving for Real Madrid or Tottenham: There was always clarity in relations with PSG
Diving into the Russian Cup: the Orthodox club from Domodedovo, Krasava and Kairat is one step away from the match with the RPL team
Man City will sell midfielder Ilic to Verona for 7.5 million euros. He spent a year on loan there
Roma and Genoa agreed on the lease of Shomurodov with a mandatory purchase for 17.5+2.5 million euros. The contract will be signed on Monday
Van Dijk played for Liverpool for the first time in 9 months