The match between the Finnish and Danish European Football Championships on Saturday night reached 2.3 million Finns on YLE TV2, says Yle.

The average first value match of Finnish men was followed by an average of 1.2 million people.

The match was suspended for more than an hour and a half when Christian Eriksen of Denmark had a seizure in the middle of the first half.

Before the match was suspended, the match was followed by an average of 1.4 million people and after its resumption by an average of 1.3 million.

Finland won the match with Joel Pohjanpalo's goal 1–0.

Eriksen is in a stable state in the hospital.

- Due to the corona, the historic debut of the owls at the European Championships has had to wait a long time, and yesterday a large number of Finns gathered together for a long-needed sports experience. However, the match got an unfortunate turnaround that no one could have foreseen. The event was a shock to everyone, including us. The whole team made the broadcast in a very difficult situation, and told about the events as required by the seriousness of the situation, Yle Sports Manager Joose Palonen said in Yle's case.