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‘I was too scared', says Milan Skriniar after Eriksen collapse

Sun 13 June 2021 | 19:07

Slovakia center-back Milan Skriniar said he was too scared when he saw his Inter teammate Christian Eriksen went to the ground during the game between Denmark and Finland on Saturday.

The

Slovakia

international is ready to face

Poland

in their Euro 2020 opening match on Monday.

He watched the Group B match between

Denmark and Finland

on Saturday with his teammates in the retreat.

The game in Copenhagen was halted before half-time after former Spurs playmaker

Christian Eriksen fell to the ground

.

Fortunately, he remains in a stable condition at the Rigshospitalet hospital in Copenhagen, having been given CPR treatment by medical staff on the field by team medics.

Inter defender

Skriniar

revealed he was ‘too scared’ when he saw his teammate collapse.

“We saw it here with the lads and we were very scared,”

Skriniar told SFZ, the Slovak FA

.

“It was something terrible, I was too scared. I think the whole world of football was.

“I’m glad Christian is fine, at least the first reports he provided suggests it. I’m happy that it went like this in the end and I think he will be back on the pitch soon.”


source: SportMob