abrice Muamba was among the many throng of celebrities and footballers who shared prayers and ideas for Christian Eriksen after his stunning CPR on the pitch after he collapsed on the Euros.
Fabrice Muamba, the previous Bolton midfielder who collapsed after struggling a cardiac arrest throughout a televised FA Cup recreation in 2012, tweeted “Please God” following the incident.
UK Tradition Secretary Oliver Dowden was amongst those that posted on-line concerning the “terrible scenes” witnessed on the match in Copenhagen, as Eriksen’s teammates surrounded him to guard his privateness.
The midfielder dropped to the bottom on the Parken Stadium shortly earlier than half-time, leaving gamers from each groups in clear misery.
English referee Anthony Taylor known as medics on to the pitch and Eriksen underwent extended remedy.
Footage circulating on social media appeared to indicate Eriksen being stretchered off the pitch together with his eyes open.
Uefa later stated the previous Tottenham participant had been transferred to hospital and stabilised.
It stated the match could be restarted on Saturday night “following the request made by gamers of each groups”.
Denmark tweeted an replace which learn: “Christian Eriksen is awake and is (set) for additional examinations at Rigshospitalet (hospital).”
Former Spurs striker Gary Lineker, who was within the BBC studio for the match, tweeted: “Thank heavens. Some hope. Ideas are with him and his household.”
Writing on Twitter shortly after the incident Mr Dowden stated: “Terrible scenes at Denmark v Finland Euros recreation. Ideas with Christian Eriksen and his household.”
Different gamers posting comparable tweets for the Denmark midfielder included former Liverpool defender Jamie Carragher and Manchester United’s former right-back Gary Neville in addition to present England and Aston Villa ahead Jack Grealish.
David Lammy, the Labour MP for Tottenham and shadow justice secretary, tweeted: “Prayers and ideas for Danish and Spurs Legend Christian Eriksen.
“We’re all rooting for you brother.”
London Mayor Sadiq Khan tweeted: “Deeply upsetting scenes in Copenhagen.
“My ideas proper now are with Christian Eriksen, his household, and everybody in Denmark and world wide praying for his restoration.”