'We shouldn't have played': Denmark coach regrets restarting match after Eriksen collapse

Denmark's head coach Kasper Hjulmand admits he regrets the decision to restart the country's opening Euro 2020 game against Finland on Saturday, saying, "we shouldn't have played," because the players didn't know "if they lost their best friend". The Danish team were given the option to continue the game or postpone it, after midfielder Christian Eriksen suddenly collapsed in the 43rd minute.

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