Five beating Friday links

Rarely has football then been more indifferent. Even the defeat to Belgium last night can not get me up in the red box or down in the coal cellar. I completely do not care. That is, not to say that I did not agree with Denmark. And that’s not to say that I’ve not been up for the fight. I’m still a football fanatic.

However, the situation from Denmark’s first showdown during this European Championship still plays the biggest role in this playoff drama. When I write the situation, I assume you are aware of what I am referring to. When the game was over 42 minutes later, the Danish player Christian Eriksen fell on the field. Lifeless.

The minutes thereafter are dramatic. It is literally about life or death. A quick effort had the utmost importance. Fortunately, it went well. A heroic effort by the Danish national team and the staff made Christian Eriksen feel good under the circumstances. And yes, Denmark lost the match to Finland with 0-1, but never mind. Shit.

Life won

Life won that Saturday night. Life. I think it dawned on many people around the world that life is a fragile size. The state of things can change in a split second. In one second, everything changed, and even though the drama was on Saturday night, one can safely say that nothing has been forgotten. Christian Eriksen was suddenly – completely involuntarily – involved in uniting an entire nation.

We were 4 people present in the living room when Eriksen fell on the field. We were stunned and at no point did we dare to guess whether it was about life or death. We were horrified. Afraid. Completely quiet. The grill steaks were indifferent. It was all about one thing all of a sudden: Hope. We hoped that Eriksen would win the match.

Luckily he did, and we breathed a sigh of relief when we received that message a few minutes later. And so did the rest of the population. Here we stood together, hoping. Someone asked. Everyone wanted life to win over death. That Saturday night we were lucky. Thanks to the quick efforts of players, doctors and people around Eriksen. Thanks to them. Thank you.

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