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Lukaku asked to visit Eriksen after getting very upset

Romelu Lukaku, friend and colleague of Christian Eriksen, wants to visit him in hospital after being very upset on Saturday during the Denmark-Finland match. The Belgian striker received the green light from his coach Roberto Martinez.

He will have the opportunity to say “I love you” face to face. Belgian striker Romelu Lukaku announced his intention to visit Danish playmaker Christian Eriksen, who is still in hospital in Copenhagen after suffering a heart attack during the Denmark-Finland match (0-1).

“I spoke to the coach [Roberto Martínez] to visit Eriksen. Romelu Lukaku said in a press conference on the eve of the Denmark-Belgium match scheduled for Thursday at six in the evening (the second day of Group B in Euro) he told me that he is fine.

Christian Eriksen’s Inter Milan teammate, Romelu Lukaku, made use of his first goal for Belgium against Russia (3-0) to make a dedication by going to celebrate in front of the TV camera. He then revealed that he “cry a lot” before this meeting even kicked off, given that Denmark and Finland are not over yet.

“I’ll send him a little message before the game.”

Before facing the Danes, Romelu Lukaku revealed that he was able to call his friend. He said, “I just got a message telling me he’s fine, and I told him I was there if he wanted to talk. Tomorrow, I’d send him a little message before the game.” evening.

Christian Eriksen will be honored during the Denmark-Belgium match, which will also take place in Copenhagen, one kilometer north of the hospital where the player is. Thus, in the tenth minute of the match, referring to the shirt number of the former Tottenham master, the spectators will stand and applaud.

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And Romelu Lukaku confirmed that the players would do the same: “We will put the ball in clap of contact. Many players from our region have played with him.”