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Christian Eriksen returns to Denmark for World Cup 2022


DOHA, Qatar — It was standing-room-only in the media tent at Denmark’s base. The staff had predicted this influx of interest in the player put up for interview, and when Christian Eriksen quietly slipped in, appearing at the top table, the room fell silent.

Those in attendance wanted to hear about the man whose heart stopped for five minutes on the pitch during the last major men’s international tournament, Euro 2020, which was played in 2021 due to the pandemic. They were keen to comprehend…



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