Simon Kjaer has been widely praised for his actions in the moments after his Denmark teammate Christian Eriksen collapsed against Finland. The defender immediately rushed to Eriksan’s aid as soon as he realised the situation was serious.
Reports claim he ensured his teammate didn’t swallow his tongue and cleared the airways before giving him CPR. He then rallied his teammates to form a protective wall around Erikssen with the rest of the players. And when he saw that Eriksman’s wife and mother of their two children, Sabrina Kvist Jensen, was on the pitch looking distraught, he was on hand to console her.
Inter Milan midfielder Christian Eriksen suffered a cardiac arrest during the Euro 2020 group-stage match against Norway. The Danish midfielder’s actions helped to save his life and he has spoken publicly for the first time. Kjaer could be appointed as AC Milan’s new club captain after showing remarkable leadership qualities in the wake of the incident.
KJAER TO BECOME AC MILAN’S NEW CAPTAIN?
As per the Daily Mail, numerous Milan fans need Kjaer to be given to the commander’s armband and the club’s specialized chief Paolo Maldini is supposedly for the move.
Milan’s present skipper Alessio Romagnoli is not, at this point an ordinary starter at the San Siro while bad habit chief Gianluigi Donnarumma is ready to join Paris Saint-Germain.
Kjaer is Denmark’s skipper and showed the world why he wears the armband with his fast reasoning and honorable boldness at the Parken Stadium.
The 32-year-old joined Milan on a perpetual arrangement from Sevilla the previous summer following an advance spell with the Italian monsters.
He’s seemed multiple times for Milan up until this point, scoring one objective.
Furthermore, presently, thanks partially to his heroics at Euro 2020, it appears he could be going to turn into the club’s new captain.