The 26-year-old scored twice in the 2-0 Nations League game and has actually been involved in 19 goals in his last 18 games for Denmark
Christian Eriksen is a man in form, judging by this latest statistic.
The Tottenham and Denmark playmaker scored twice to give his country a comfortable 2-0 win against Wales in their Nations League game.
And ahead of Spurs’ Premier League clash against Liverpool at Wembley on 15 September, Opta showed just how vital Eriksen has been to his side.
The 26-year-old has been directly involved in 19 goals in his last 18 appearances for Denmark, scoring 14 times and providing five assists.
“When you give Eriksen that space on the edge of the box you are in trouble. We kept him quiet but he has quality and makes the right decision and the right execution,” Wales manager Ryan Giggs said.
The Danish public were no doubt relieved to see their senior squad back to full strength again after a row between the country’s FA and player’s union over image rights, which embarrassed them during the last week.
Denmark had fielded lower league and futsal players in their 3-0 friendly defeat to Slovakia on Wednesday, with temporary manager John Jensen revealing he had to ask who his players were and what position they played in ahead of the defeat.