Denmark talisman Christian Eriksen, his wife and the six paramedics who saved his life after he suffered a cardiac arrest playing for his country have been invited by UEFA to watch the Euro 2020 final.
Eriksen, 29, collapsed during the opening group stage fixture against Finland on June 12, and required emergency medical treatment. CPR was administered and his heart was restarted with a defibrillator.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
He was then rushed to hospital, where he was revealed to be in a stable condition, before continuing his recovery at home - and now UEFA have confirmed that Eriksen will be able to attend the final at Wembley this Sunday.
Christian Eriksen and the six medics who saved his life have been invited to the Euro 2020 final
Eriksen suffered a cardiac arrest in Denmark's first game of the tournament against Finland
There is no confirmation on whether Eriksen will be in London yet, but all six medics have accepted the invites.
One of them, Peder Ersgaard, has admitted he felt honoured to have received the VIP invitation from Aleksander Ceferin, the UEFA President.
'I'm excited, like a child on Christmas Eve,' he told Fagbladet FOA magazine.
Eriksen is now recovering at home, having initially been taken to hospital after the incidentInsurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
Denmark talisman Eriksen (pictured) since been fitted with a cardioverter