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Christian Eriksen

22-Year-Old Midfielder     Tottenham Hotspur  Premier


Denmark

Birthdate:  February 14, 1992    Nationality:  Denmark    Height:  5' 10"    Weight:  157 lbs    

May 31, 2014    Christian Eriksen News

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Eriksen had a very efficient season, grabbing seven goals and eight assists in just 25 games for Tottenham.

Eriksen was one of the hottest players in the EPL in the second half of the season, scoring all his goals and registering seven of his assists. The manager change really impacted Eriksen and he responded by being their most valuable player over the last 20 games. He has earned a starting role and will likely feature starting in matchweek 1 next season.

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April 19, 2014

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Eriksen continued his brilliant form, grabbing two assists in the 3-1 win over Fulham on Saturday.

Eriksen has been excellent for Tottenham and has really proven to be their best player of late. He now has four goals and five assists in his last five matches. Spurs still feel as though they have a chance at Champions League play next year and if they get there, it'll be on the back of Eriksen.

April 12, 2014

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Eriksen grabbed a crucial game-tying goal in the final minute of Saturday's 3-3 draw at West Brom.

Eriksen has been Tottenham's best player of late and has really emerged as a consistent threat. He now has seven goals and six assists in 21 Premier League appearances.

April 7, 2014

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Eriksen was able to snatch two assists and a goal in the 5-1 domination over Sunderland on Monday.

After getting two goals and an assist last week, Eriksen showed that the performance was no fluke. Eriksen has surely secured that starting spot for Tottenham and will likely be in the lineup next weekend against West Brom. Anyone grabbing three goals and three assists in two games should definitely get a look in every fantasy league.

March 23, 2014

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Eriksen started and had two goals and an assist in a 3-2 comeback win over Southampton on Sunday.

This was quite the performance from a player who has battled a back injury recently. Spurs were down 2-0 and then Eriksen took over in a fantastic comeback by grabbing two goals and the winning assist in the 93rd minute. He was quite the weapon Sunday, as he got off six shots and really dominated the game. A player this talented has surely earned more playing time and will likely be in the starting XI once again at Liverpool in the coming days.

March 13, 2014

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Eriksen (back) is in the starting XI for Thursday's Europa League match against Benfica.

Eriksen had not played since Tottenham's 3-1 win over Dnipro in the Europa League back on February 27, but his return to the lineup Thursday is a nice boost for Spurs. With the start, he'll likely be in the same position for Sunday's Premier League match against rival Arsenal.

March 11, 2014

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Eriksen (back) is in contention to play in Thursday's Europa League match against Benefica.

Eriksen returned to training this week and was a full participant Tuesday. He was quite active in his last appearance for Spurs, scoring a goal and assisting on another in a 3-1 win over Dnipro in the Europa League on February 27.

March 4, 2014

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Morten Olsen, coach of the Denmark squad, named Eriksen (back) to the team that will face England, saying that he could play a role in the match Wednesday, BT Sport reports.

Manager Tim Sherwood said earlier this week that Eriksen would not play due to the injury, so it's a bit of an issue now that he's been named to the squad. Olsen did add "We take no chances. He should be 100 per cent ready. We think there is enough time." Whether there is enough time or not, Spurs surely prefer Eriksen to rest this week instead of playing at Wembley.