Saturday's European Championship game between Denmark and Finland has been suspended due to a medical emergency.
Danish midfielder Christian Eriksen collapsed just before halftime and was unresponsive. The game was paused, and Denmark players surrounded Eriksen as he received treatment on the field.
UEFA have announced that today’s Denmark/Finland match has been suspended. #EURO2020— NBC Sports Soccer (@NBCSportsSoccer) June 12, 2021
This is what happend to Christian Eriksen pic.twitter.com/CfJxtdxUSs— Sebastian (@Sebovic11) June 12, 2021
Players from both Denmark and Finland were in tears as the stadium in Copenhagen fell silent for the first time during the tournament.
It's unclear when the remainder of the match will be played.
Eriksen has spent the last two seasons with Serie A's Inter Milan. He has four goals and two assists in 43 games. He has also spent time with Ajax and Tottenham Hotspur.