By Philip O’Connor

COPENHAGEN (Reuters) – The Denmark avid gamers will no longer voice on the Parken Stadium before their Euro 2020 clash with Belgium, but a few of them will visit the sector in an strive to position the traumatic occasions of Christian Eriksen’s crumple in the help of them.

Danish playmaker Eriksen suffered a coronary heart assault on the pitch against Finland on Saturday, and the Danes dangle been working to glean neatly from that shock before their Crew B clash with Belgium on Thursday.

Groups on the full voice on the match enviornment the day sooner than a game, but the Danes selected to reside at their injurious in the coastal city of Helsingor, about 45 kilometres from Parken.

“We are no longer practicing in Parken, but we can dangle a bus going in there for all individuals who thinks it is a just idea to glean help and proper be there and look every thing again, and be there for the significant time since Saturday, so as that can per chance well very neatly be a possibility for all of us,” Denmark coach Kasper Hjulmand told a info convention on Wednesday.

The Danes dangle had psychologists and disaster counsellors helping the avid gamers who witnessed their bothered crew mate receiving CPR on the pitch sooner than being taken to sanatorium for treatment the place he is restful getting greater.

“The sanatorium is correct next to Parken and per chance he’ll be ready to listen to every thing (against Belgium), so as that is a crazy place for Christian. Yeah I mediate he’ll be in his shirt and inquire the game,” Hjulmand acknowledged.

The Danes now face arguably their hardest game in Crew B against prime-ranked Belgium as they are making an strive to glean their campaign help no longer off target.

“There just isn’t any longer any query that we are underdogs. We are up against an worldwide-class crew … they are one of many teams that can per chance well per chance remind you most of a club side by manner of their flexibility and readability,” Hjulmand acknowledged.

“We dangle to reach a high level as a crew, and we must additionally reach a high level individually. I’m rather sure that we’re going to play a solid game.”

(Reporting by Philip O’Connor, extra reporting by Stine Busch Jacobsen, editing by Ed Osmond)

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