Denmark and Finland play match after Eriksen events

The match between Denmark and Finland will be resumed on Saturday. Thats what the Danish Union announced.
The game was shut down after Christian Eriksen collapsed. However, circumstances are well with him, his Dutch case observer Martin Schoots reported. Both teams want to play further and will do so after 8:30 p.m. First, the remaining minutes of the first half are played out, then both teams start the second half after a short break. The Danish team has now entered the field of the Parken Stadium in Copenhagen. The Finns have also started their warm-up again.
Furthermore, this Saturday
s EK schedule will be respected. Belgium and Russia will play the third and final game of the day in Saint Petersburg, scheduled to start at 9 pm Dutch time, UEFA announced.

Christian Eriksen er vågen, og hans tilstand er fortsat stabil. Han forbliver indlagt på Rigshospitalet til yderligere undersøgelser.Kampen mod Finland spilles færdig i aften. Dette sker efter at spillerne har fået bekræftet, that Christian er okay. Campen genoptages kl. 20.30.
— DBU – En Del Af Noget Større (@DBUfodbold) June 12, 2021

Tonights UEFA EURO 2020 match between Belgium and Russia will go ahead at 21.00 CET as planned.
— UEFA (@UEFA) June 12, 2021