Christian Eriksen is lucky to be alive after his discomfort on Saturday in the middle of a match, but it is unlikely that he will play football again. Sports cardiologist Sanjay Sharma, who previously worked with the Danish player at Tottenham, said.
According to Sanjay Sharma, professor of sports cardiology at a university in London, the institutions of the football world will be “very strict” as to whether or not Eriksen is allowed to play again. Sharma, who worked with the Inter midfielder at Tottenham, points out that something has visibly gone wrong. “He had normal tests until 2019, so how do you explain this cardiac arrest? “
The fact that Eriksen is now awake is a very good sign, according to the cardiologist. “This means that his outlook is good,” continues the doctor. “I don’t know if he will ever play football again. It may sound brutal, but Eriksen died for a few minutes. Are health professionals going to risk letting him die again? The answer is no. The good news is that he will live, the bad news is that he is probably at the end of his career. He shouldn’t be allowed to play in the UK, we’re very strict about that. “