UEFA have confirmed that the Euro 2020 match between Denmark and Finland will be restarted following it being suspended after Danish midfielder Christian Eriksen collapsed.
It happened just before half-time when Eriksen suddenly collapsed without any players directly near him.
Immediately Finnish and Danish players and referee Anthony Taylor motioned that something was seriously wrong.
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The medical staff were on the scene instantly and began trying to resuscitate Eriksen as his team-mates surrounded him.
After a number of minutes UEFA announced that the game was suspended, with the Finnish players and match officials returning to the changing rooms as the Danish players stayed on the pitch with Eriksen.
Eventually, Eriksen left the pitch conscious and in a stable condition.
A Reuters journalist reported that Eriksen had raised his hand to the crowd as he was taken off, and a picture from Getty showed Eriksen conscious as he was wheeled off.
UEFA later confirmed that he was stable and had been taken to a local hospital.
The Danish Football Association tweeted: "Christian Eriksen is awake and is waiting for further examinations at Rigshospitalet. The match is temporarily postponed."
The governing body added that there will be a crisis meeting between the two teams and match officials to decide the next steps, then announced that the match would be restarted.
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