Belgium paid tribute to Christian Eriksen in his Group B match against Denmark by stopping play in the 10th minute.
Inter star Eriksen suffered cardiac arrest in the first half of his side’s 1-0 loss to Finland on Saturday.
The midfielder collapsed in the 43rd minute of the game and had to be resuscitated on the pitch before being taken to hospital.
Fortunately, Eriksen is now recovering from the horrific incident and has said he is “fine – under the circumstances”.
Denmark continue in the tournament and face Belgium tonight – the game will be live on talkSPORT.
Belgium showed their respect to Eriksen, who wears the number 10 jersey, by stopping play and giving him a round of applause.
Ahead of the game Belgium boss Roberto Martinez said: “As you can imagine the uncertainty we had when the incident happened was a really tough time, a tough time for any player watching the game, a difficult time for the players who shared boxes with Christian.
“Then from that point on, once you get the good news that Christian reacted positively, that he was speaking, that he was in the hospital, now it’s almost a party.
“You’re going to have a crowd at full capacity – this is a celebration in football and for Christian.”
In the meantime, it has been confirmed that Eriksen will be fitted with a defibrillator implant.
Providing an update on his status on Thursday, Danish team doctor Morten Boesen said: “After Christian had various heart exams it was decided that he should have an ICD (cardiac starter).
“This device is needed after a heart attack due to arrhythmias.
“Christian accepted the solution and the plan was confirmed by national and international specialists who all recommend the same treatment.
“We encourage everyone to give Christian and his family peace and privacy (in) the next time.”