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ZAGREB (Reuters) - A long club season affected by the COVID-19 pandemic followed by a draining Euro 2020 tournament build-up could have contributed to Denmark midfielder Christian Eriksen's horrific collapse, Croatia coach Zlatko Dalic said on Monday.
GOYANG: Son Heung-min (pic) scored the decisive goal in South Korea’s 2-1 win over Lebanon in a World Cup qualifier yesterday before sending a message of support to his former teammate Christian Eriksen.After converting a penalty to help his side come from behind to take the lead at Goyang Stadium, the South Korea skipper held up his hands to show the number 23 – Eriksen’s shirt number at Totten-ham.
LONDON (Reuters) - England manager Gareth Southgate left striker Marcus Rashford on the bench for his team's Group D opener against Croatia at Wembley Stadium on Sunday.
(Reuters) - The Football Association have issued a statement asking England fans to respect the right of players to "take a knee" as a protest against racial injustice, and not boo them before matches at the European Championship.
(Reuters) - Quotes on Denmark midfielder Christian Eriksen, who is in stable condition in hospital after collapsing on the pitch during his team's European Championship match against Finland on Saturday.
LONDON (Reuters) - Croatia punched above their weight to finish as the 2018 World Cup runners-up and should not be expected to go all the way in every tournament, captain Luka Modric said ahead of their Euro 2020 Group D opener against England on Sunday.
(Reuters) -Devon Conway and Will Young scored half-centuries as New Zealand finished the second day on 229-3, 74 runs behind England's first innings score in the second and final test against at Edgbaston on Friday.
CARBIS BAY, England (Reuters) - Japan's expectation is that other G7 leaders will share Tokyo's determination that the Olympic Games go ahead as planned, the Japanese delegation to the G7 said on Friday.
GLASGOW: Andy Robertson will be in familiar surroundings as he leads Scotland out into battle for the first time in a major international tournament in 23 years against the Czech Republic on Monday.
MANCHESTER, England (Reuters) - Soccer's European Championship kicks off on Friday with the 24 teams' battle for glory accompanied by off-field conflict over the anti-racism gesture of "taking the knee".