Soccer-First start shows my life is continuing, says Brentford's Eriksen

Soccer Football - Premier League - Norwich City v Brentford - Carrow Road, Norwich, Britain - March 5, 2022 Brentford's Christian Eriksen celebrates after the match REUTERS/Chris Radburn

NORWICH (Reuters) - Brentford midfielder Christian Eriksen started his first competitive game since suffering a cardiac arrest as he helped his side to a vital 3-1 win at Norwich City on Saturday.

The Dane, who needed life-saving treatment on the pitch during Euro 2020 after collapsing against Finland in June last year and has a special device fitted in his heart, marked the occasion with his first assist for his new club.

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