Christian Eriksen scored a brilliant goal as he made a triumphant return to the Parken Stadium where he almost died of a heart attack at Euro 2020 last June, netting Denmark's third in a 3-0 friendly win over Serbia on Tuesday.
Eriksen, who scored with his first touch after coming on as a substitute against Netherlands in Amsterdam on Saturday, was guaranteed a warm welcome at the stadium that fell into shocked silence when he slumped to the grass in a Euro 2020 group game against Finland.
Captaining the team, Eriksen gave the vocal Danish crowd what they wanted in the 57th minute, cutting onto his right foot and firing home a fizzing drive at the opposite end of the pitch to where he collapsed.
Still building his fitness after re-starting his club career at English Premier League side Brentford in February, the crowd chanted Eriksen's name as he was replaced in the 80th minute with Kasper Schmeichel kissing Eriksen on the head as he handed over the captain's arm-band.
Having failed to register a single shot on target until the 88th minute, the Serbs will be hoping that they can improve their wayward shooting before both sides head for the World Cup finals in Qatar, which begins in November.