Christian Eriksen’s wife cried throughout Saturday after watching the helpless body of her husband struggling before he was rescued to a “stable” condition in the hospital.
The midfielder’s wife, Sabrina Kvist Jensen, was seen in tears and being consoled by Danish players after she rushed down to the pitch.
Denmark and Finland fans among the 16,000 crowd at Copenhagen’s Parken Stadium chanted Eriksen’s name together before the match resumed.
Eriksen collapsed just before half-time as team-mate Joakim Maehle threw the ball to him.
English referee Anthony Taylor signalled immediately for medical staff to come onto the pitch after Eriksen collapsed.
Martin Braithwaite and Thomas Delaney then raced towards their team-mate, as Delaney gestured frantically for emergency medical help.
Eriksen’s distraught colleagues were left in tears as they looked in anxiously.
Shocked supporters watched in horror as Danish physios tended to the ex-Spurs star.
Eriksen was seen being stretchered from the pitch while conscious after emergency paramedics arrived.
Denmark’s captain Simon Kjaer was hailed as a “hero” after placing Eriksen in the recovery position while unconscious and giving CPR to his friend before medics arrived.