sport news Simon Kjaer says he must 'move on' from Christian Erisken incident

sport news Simon Kjaer says he must 'move on' from Christian Erisken incident
sport news Simon Kjaer says he must 'move on' from Christian Erisken incident
Simon Kjaer admits he will 'never forget' the harrowing moment he had to save the life of Denmark team-mate Christian Eriksen at Euro 2020, but insists he must 'move on' after coming 18th at Ballon d'Or ceremony in Paris Simon Kjaer was praised in the summer for helping team-mate Christian Eriksen  The central defender was lauded as a 'hero' by Chelsea icon Didier Drogba  The Milan defender spoke of the need for him to move on from the incident Eriksen suffered a cardiac arrest during Denmark's Euro 2020 clash with Finland 

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Simon Kjaer has said it is time for him to 'move on' from the incident that defined his and Denmark's summer at the European Championship.

The Danish captain drew praise from all corners of the globe for his response to team-mate Christian Eriksen collapsing during their Euro 2020 group stage clash with Finland.

Kjaer performed emergency first aid before team doctors could reach the Inter midfielder, who it was later revealed had suffered a cardiac arrest.  

Simon Kjaer has said he must move on from Christian Eriksen's collapse at Euro 2020

Simon Kjaer has said he must move on from Christian Eriksen's collapse at Euro 2020

The Denmark captain drew praise from all corners for his actions throughout the ordeal

The Denmark captain drew praise from all corners for his actions throughout the ordeal

He then instructed his team-mates to form a protective shield around Eriksen, before going over to console and reassure the player's wife, who had come down pitchside. 

But now, five months on,

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