Pretty distressing scenes yesterday at the delayed by a year EURO 2020 Championship, when 40 minutes into the Denmark-Finland fixture, Inter Milan and Denmark player Christian Ericksen collapsed to the ground with no-one near him. Like most, I had no idea what had happened, but it quickly became obvious it was very serious when medics ran onto the field and then started performing CPR on him. Denmark players then gathered around him on the ground in an effort to block him from the TV cameras, which kept on displaying the scene to all of us watching (clearly showing CPR being performed), and became even more upsetting when his wife was shown to come onto the field and be seen distraught and being comforted by the Danish captain. There's been a bit of a backlash against the TV companies continuing to show the scenes, which is understandable considering how quickly they usually cut away from any scenes like gruesome injuries, protests or even streakers. I honestly thought we'd witnessed a player dying on the field, which I'm sure many watching did too. Thankfully, the close proximity of medics and the work they did meant an hour later it was announced Ericksen was said to be awake and stable in hospital. Both sets of players, on hearing he was stable in hospital, and at his request apparently, then resumed the game 90 minutes later. Not so important any longer, but Finland went to win the game 1-0.