premier league side Brentford’s Danish midfielder Christian Eriksen on Monday marked son 30th birthday by making a first appearance since son on- not cardiac arrest at Euro 2020 last June.
the former Spurs and Inter Milan player made one to help in Brentford Friendly 3-2 win over fifth level club Southend United.
Eriksen, who joined Brentford as a free agent in january, played for Approximatly one hour in a friendly match behind doors closed, almost eight months after suffering a heart attack arrest on the field during a European championship match.
His former club Inter Milan have ended son contract in December car it is not allowed to play in Serie A to cause of son heart starter devicean implantable cardioverter defibrillator.
“A cold and wet afternoon in West London has been lit up up by Eriksen’s return in a match environment for the first time since he suffered a heart attack arrest last June,” Brentford said. on son website.
“Eriksen, who turns 30 today, could have found himself on the sheet of match in the first minutes but was twice denied by visitor stopper Collin Andeng Ndi.”
Eriksen said last week, he is determined to prove he is always the same player he was before the incident and was not afraid of play with the implanted device.