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Christian Eriksen's condition is still stable on Sunday afternoon.

The Danish midfielder must remain in hospital for a few days for examination after he became unwell on the field on Saturday evening.

"Today I spoke to Christian a few times, he is still stable and he is doing okay given the circumstances," Danish national doctor Morten Boesen said at a press conference on Sunday afternoon.

In addition to Boesen, sporting director Peter Møller of the Danish federation, national coach Kasper Hjulmand, were also present at the press conference.

Denmark's training session on Sunday was cancelled.

"Christian has also been in contact with the other players today. He must remain in hospital for examination and observation. The first examinations give a positive picture," said the federal doctor.

The doctor expressed his thanks at the press conference for all the help he received on Saturday with Eriksen's treatment.

"On the field and in the hospital, we have been helped tremendously. The players also assisted us well by forming a circle around him, so that we could do our work quietly."