UEFA EURO 2020: Romelu Lukaku Dedicates His Goal Against Russia To Christian Eriksen. Watch


Romelu Lukaku shouted “Chris, Chris — I love you” into a pitchside camera after scoring vs Russia.© AFP

Denmark midfielder Christian Eriksen was once hospitalised on Saturday after he collapsed on the field all the way through a Euro 2020 Group B match against Finland. Eriksen was once taken off the field on a stretcher after he received CPR at the Parken Stadium in Copenhagen. Eriksen’s Inter Milan teammate and Belgium international Romelu Lukaku, who scored a brace against Russia, committed his first goal to the Danish midfielder as he went near to a pitchside camera after scoring the opening goal of the contest and said “”Chris, Chris, stay strong — I love you.”

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“Chris! I Love You”

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Lukaku Went to the cameras and Said “Chris, I love you” After scoring his first Goal#Eriksen #bel #RUS #DEN #FIN #DENFIN #BELRUS #EURO2020 pic.twitter.com/VFGpwRlaSP

— Agent.Football.007 (@AgentFootball02) June 12, 2021

Earlier, the Denmark vs Finland match was once suspended for a brief period because of the “medical emergency”. Fans, who were stunned when Eriksen collapsed on the pitch, started chanting his name after the midfielder was once taken to a hospital.

After consulting with both teams, the officials determined to renew the contest as news came in that Eriksen was once awake and under medical statement.

The result did not go in favour of the Danish side as Joel Pohjanpalo managed to guide his header past Denmark goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel who failed to gather the ball and it rolled into the net through his hands.

Pohjanpalo’s 59th-minute goal was once in danger of being cancelled out as Denmark were awarded a penalty in the 74th minute.


Alternatively, Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg failed to score and Finland’s defence saw off the attack from Denmark to protected a the most important win to start their Euro 2020 crusade on a positive note.

In the other Group B match, excluding Lukaku, Thomas Meunier also found the back of the net as Belgium secured a comfortable 3-0 win over Russia to go top of their group.

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