MILANO. “Eriksen sent a message in our internal chat and this confirms the great harmony in the team. Lukaku’s exultation? The boys are very close to each other, there is great harmony within the team group”. This was stated by Beppe Marotta, CEO of Inter, who spoke at European Nights, on Rai 1.
“The dynamics foreshadowed something dramatic, fortunately it was not so thanks to the intervention of the team mates and the stadium’s health facility. I want to thank all those who showed affection for Inter, the sport proved to be of the highest value at the moment. in which there was all the affection to show “, said Marotta again.
“I do not want and cannot enter into the merits, for now Eriksen is in the hands of the Danish Football Association, our doctors immediately got in touch with his Danish colleagues. Eriksen did not have Covid and was not vaccinated – he added – . The player proved his worth and then the champion came out: we hope he can solve these health problems. ”
The shock of Captain Kjaer after his rescue.
“I replaced Kjaer because he was in shock, he was not convinced to return to play, when he saw that the rest of his teammates were ready he too decided, but in the second half he couldn’t go on and asked for the change.” . This was revealed by the coach of Denmark, Kasper Hjulmand, at the end of the defeat against Finland.
The Danish captain was fundamental for Christian Eriksen, he was the first to rescue him, then he protected him together with his teammates while the doctors treated him, then he went to console the Inter midfielder’s partner. Strong emotions and enormous tensions which Kjaer then paid for by asking for the change in the resumption of a match that seemed to have ended after the panic scenes experienced by Eriksen’s health conditions. “We are very sad and tried, we did not want to make any decision on the match then when we realized that Chris was out of danger – explained the Denmark coach -, Uefa told us that we had two options: to resume playing or postpone the continuation to tomorrow at 12 “.