Football

3:32 PM ET Germany are back. In the most rambunctious, direct way, putting four past defending champion Portugal in a 4-2 win at Euro 2020. Overcoming their own new-found insecurities, square-pegs-in-round-holes and a one-goal deficit summoned up by a lung-busting Cristiano Ronaldo effort. It’s too early to crown them even as legitimate contenders, but it’s
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8:05 AM ET Associated Press Christian Eriksen surprised the Denmark team with a visit in the middle of a training session and then gave them all a hug, his teammates said on Saturday. Eriksen was discharged from a Copenhagen hospital on Friday and immediately went to see his teammates at their European Championship base camp
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12:33 PM ET Denmark‘s Christian Eriksen has been released from hospital after undergoing a successful operation, the Danish Football Association confirmed in a statement on Friday. Eriksen was admitted to hospital after he collapsed due to cardiac arrest in the 43rd minute of Denmark’s opening Euro 2020 game against Finland on June 12. He was
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4:17 PM ET We needed just two minutes to find out how Denmark would react against Belgium, a match played five days after their talismanic midfielder Christian Eriksen collapsed after suffering from cardiac arrest in their Euro 2020 opener against Finland. It was uncharted territory for all involved. Denmark forward Yussuf Poulsen said on Wednesday
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3:10 PM ET England manager Gareth Southgate has defended the right of sponsors to advertise their products at Euro 2020 after Cristiano Ronaldo sparked a row by removing a bottle from a news conference. UEFA issued a statement on Thursday reminding teams of their contractual obligations after Ronaldo moved Coca-Cola bottles out of shot as
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6:11 PM ET Rob DawsonCorrespondent It’s time to talk about Italy. After beating Switzerland 3-0 in Rome on Wednesday night, Roberto Mancini’s men are the first to book their place in the knockout rounds of Euro 2020 but they are already looking like a team who believe they can go an awful lot further than
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5:08 AM ET Denmark player Christian Eriksen‘s condition is still stable and “good” since he suffered a cardiac arrest and collapsed during his side’s Euro 2020 opening match against Finland on Saturday. “We are in touch with him. We were in touch with him yesterday and today. [His] condition is the same as yesterday, stable,
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