Inter CEO Beppe Marotta has clarified the way information travelled around the Inter camp after Christian Eriksen’s medical emergency on Saturday evening, according to a report in the Italian broadcast media last night.

Whilst doing an interview with Rai, Beppe Marotta said how grateful he was that Christian Eriksen was so quick to contact the club and let them know he was out of danger.

“We do not want to be too intrusive because the boy has to be calm, but the nice thing, as I said, is that the boy wanted to spread this message about 5-10 minutes to reassure us.”

The Inter midfielder collapsed on the pitch during Denmark’s opening Euro 2020 game against Finland. It is not yet clear what happened to him but after receiving immediate medical attention on the pitch he was taken to hospital for further tests.

When he reached the hospital UEFA and the Danish FA confirmed that he was awake, stable, and talking.

During the interview, Beppe Marotta also highlighted the heroic work of AC Milan and Denmark defender Simon Kjaer wh put Christian Eriksen in the recovery position whilst the paramedics arrived.

“The best thing I can say is that Eriksen responded positively to the intervention of his teammates first of all, Simon Kjaer was very important, and the medical structure present at the stadium.”