CHRISTIAN ERIKSEN hailed Denmark’s hero Kasper Dolberg after his goals helped book their place in the Euro 2020 quarter-finals.
The playmaker, 29, continues to watch on as he recovers from his cardiac arrest.
And he clearly enjoyed watching his team-mates turn on the style to beat Wales 4-0 in Amsterdam.
Eriksen shared the Denmark national team’s Instagram post of Dolberg wheeling away in celebration.
The photo had ‘Wales 0-4 Denmark’ across the bottom with the post captioned: “We are in the quarter-finals.”
Dolberg opened the scoring with a fine finish from outside the box on 27 minutes.
And three minutes after half-time, he grabbed his second by pouncing on Neco Williams’ poor clearance.
A frantic end to the game saw Joakim Maehle and Martin Braithwaite find the net either side of Harry Wilson’s red card.
Denmark will face either the Netherlands or the Czech Republic in the last eight in Baku next Saturday.
Today marks two weeks since Eriksen collapsed on the pitch against Finland.
He received 13 minutes of emergency medical attention on the pitch including CPR and a shock with a defibrillator.
The Inter Milan star underwent an operation to fit a ‘heart-starting’ device called an ICD to help prevent future problems.
Later that week, the Inter Milan ace was discharged from hospital in a major boost.
And he visited his Denmark pals at training ahead of their last-16 showdown with Wales.