Fans of Parken Stadium in Copenhagen plan to give Eriksen a loud applause in the 10th minute of the Euro 2020 game as the midfielder wears a Danish No. 10 shirt.
Lukaku said Wednesday that both teams would stop playing to join the tribute.
“Kick the ball for a throw-in, stop this moment, applaud and mark,” Lukaku said.
Eriksen remains at Copenhagen Hospital near the stadium after suffering a cardiac arrest against Finland on Saturday.
Danish manager Kasper Hjulmand said Eriksen Watch the game From Rigshospitalet, just 500 meters from Parken Stadium.
“Yes, I think Christians will watch over [the game]”The hospital is right next to Parken, and you can see Parken by looking out the window, and you can probably hear everything from Parken,” Hjulmand said in a press conference Wednesday.
“It’s a crazy situation for Christians, but I think he’ll be wearing a shirt and watching the game.”
De Bruyne has missed Belgium’s 3-0 victory over Russia in Euro 2020 due to a series of face fractures in the Champions League final, but has been in full training for the last few days.
Martinez said Manchester city The midfielder was given a “green light to be in a match situation”.
“It’s a question of how long Kevin can play now,” he added, adding that De Bruyne will gradually return to full-match fitness using the remaining two group games.
Belgian play Finland In their last Group B game.
Finnish players wore T-shirts with ideas devised by the captain, with the words “Get well Christian!” On the front during the warm-up. Tim Sparv..
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