Gary Neville blasted Manchester United Captain Harry Maigure after he was sent off in England 1-0 loss to Denmark in the UEFA Nations League.
Maguire was shown a yellow card early in the first half of the clash and saw Red in the 31st minute at Wembley on Wednesday night.
Shortly after his sending off Eriksen stepped up to give Denmark a 1-0 lead from the penalty spot, holding on to win the game.
The £80m rated Manchester United defender has been heavily criticised for United recent bad form with the Red Devils conceding 11 goals in two premier league matches.
After the Englishman was sent off, former United defender and Sky Sports Analyst Gary Neville said: ‘That sums up his last 4-6 weeks.
“It’s been a terrible time for him. I thought he was lucky with the first challenge, that was a bad tackle.
” It’s just scruffy play from him. It’s really slack. He makes two mistakes [with the second yellow]. It’s rash and then the follow-through is bad.
“During the Tottenham defeat, you felt Maguire needed the international break, but it hasn’t served him well and he’s going back to Man United in as bad a place as he left.”