- Christian Eriksen made a public appearance on the street of Copenhagen over the weekend with his family
- The former Spurs midfielder was spotted pushing a baby stroller while dressed in a simple black short and white top with a face cap
- Eriksen survived untimely death last month after collapsing during Denmark's Euro 2020 opener against Finland
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Christian Eriksen has continued his recovery process after suffering a cardiac arrest during Denmark's opening Euro 2020 fixture against Finland on June 12.
The Inter Milan midfielder survived a death scare after his captain Simon Kjaer performed CPR on him before he was rushed to the hospital.
About a couple of weeks later, he was discharged but the 29-year-old midfielder has been scarce in public places since then.
However, the former Spurs' playmaker was spotted with his partner Sabrina Kvist Jensen and their daughter as he gets back to normality.
The midfielder pushed the baby stroller while his girlfriend was carrying the little one in her arms as they walk along the Copenhagen streets as reported by SunSport.
Meanwhile, the Denmark national team against all odds reached the semifinals of the European Championship but only bowed to England in the extra minutes through Harry Kane's spot-kick.
What ICD defibrillator mean
While on the sickbed, the doctors implanted an ICD defibrillator - a device that both monitors his heart and is capable of acting as a defibrillator.
However, it is yet to be seen if he will be allowed to return to the round leather game after the Italian FA insisted that he won't play in Italy with an ICD fitted.
What Italian FA said about Eriksen playing in the Serie A
Legit.ng earlier reported that Christian Eriksen has been told to forget playing for Inter Milan unless he removes the defibrillator installed in him after his cardiac arrest situation during Euro 2020.
The 29-year-old midfielder collapsed while in action for Denmark during their European Championship opener against Finland on June 12.
He was revived through the help of CPR before being rushed to the hospital where he spent about two weeks before he was discharged.
Source: Sports Brief News