Tue 17 November 2020 | 14:17

Denmark and Leicester relieved: Schmeichel is fine

Kasper Schmeichel whose horrific clash with the opposing player in the game between Denmark and Iceland caused a lot of worries, is in perfect health and will play against Liverpool.

Leicester City

goalkeeper and



Kasper Schmeichel

had a scary encounter with an opposing player during the

UEFA Nations League

match against


, which worried the fans. But now it has been reported from Denmark that


is doing well and he could even play for Leicester in Sunday's game against



During the match between




on Sunday, Schmeichel got hit on the head by

Albert Gudmundsson

’s knee caused him to faint on the ground for a while. Schmeichel was substituted off between the two halves.

What allayed those concerns, however, was a video released by the

Danish Football Association



returning to training with his country's national team and training with enthusiasm:

“It was more for the sake of safety on the doctors' recommendation not to take any chances with it,”

Schmeichel said

“But luckily it was just a blow and it was not as bad as it looked. I've seen it now and it looks a lot worse than it is. I am feeling very good this morning, have slept well and am ready.”

This is the best possible news for Leicester boss

Brendan Rodgers

, whose side face Liverpool next Sunday. However, Schmeichel will also play for Denmark on Wednesday match against



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