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Denmark footballer Eriksen given CPR after collapsing during Euro 2020 clash

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Danish midfielder Christian Eriksen collapsed while playing and was given CPR by medics during his side's Euro 2020 clash with Finland on Saturday, and the match has been suspended.

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A Reuters photographer at the game saw Eriksen raise his hand as he was carried from the pitch on a stretcher.

He has been taken to hospital in a stable condition, according to UEFA.

Eriksen collapsed suddenly while running near the left touchline. The midfielder's teammates formed a ring around him as medics pumped his chest just before halftime in their Group B clash.

Both teams subsequently left the field with officials holding up sheets to hide the stricken player from view.

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