Christian Eriksen walking miracle. His story is a fairy tale, and every week it only gets better.
The last chapter came out on Saturday with a great performance to head brentford to a historic 4-1 victory over Chelsea at Stamford Bridge.
This was the last confirmation Thomas Frankthe decision to hire the Danish midfielder in January.
Eriksen was a free agent after having to leave Inter due to a Serie A rule that means a player cannot play with an implanted cardioverter defibrillator (ICD).
Eriksen was equipped with an IDC just a few days after a heart attack in DenmarkThe first match of Euro 2020 against Finland last June.
But, brentford invited the 30-year-old to return to elite football in early 2022, and he repaid their faith in some way.
Eriksen made it brentford He made his debut on 26 February as a substitute in a 2-0 home defeat to Newcastle United but has since been the catalyst for the Bees’ resurgence.
He regained his best form at both club and international level, scoring in his last three games in a row, with those goals coming against the Netherlands and Serbia before his side went 2-1 against Chelsea.
The future is in the air
Eriksen just made a deal with brentford until the end of the campaign and Thomas Frank he repeatedly stated his desire to keep it the following season.
However, in the 2022/23 campaign Eriksen to return to the top level of European football, he must maintain his outstanding form.
Despite the uncertainty of its future, one thing is certain: Eriksen good and really returned.