Denmark’s 3-0 win over Serbia was almost a minor matter: Christian Eriksen gilded his starting eleven comeback for his country with a goal – at Copenhagen’s Parken Stadium, of all places.

As captain, Christian Eriksen led his team onto the turf of Copenhagen’s Parken Stadium for his starting eleven comeback for Denmark. The stadium where he suffered a cardiac arrest in the European Championship match against Finland on 12 June 2021. The fans welcomed him accordingly, paying tribute to the special history of the midfielder, who gilded his return to the national team with a dream goal in the 4-2 defeat of the Netherlands on Saturday.

In the 57th minute of the match against Serbia, Eriksen wrote the next chapter: he scored a spectacular goal into the left corner to make it 3-0 – to thunderous applause from the crowd. Up to then, Denmark had put in a commanding performance, and after just 15 minutes they were able to cheer: Maehle scored with a direct shot. After that, the Serbs came closer through Mitrovic, but did not act compellingly enough.


In the 57th minute of the match against Serbia, Eriksen wrote the next chapter: he scored a spectacular goal into the left corner to make it 3-0 – to thunderous applause from the crowd. Up to then, Denmark had put in a commanding performance, and after just 15 minutes they were able to cheer: Maehle scored with a direct shot. After that, the Serbs came closer through Mitrovic, but did not act compellingly enough.