Muamba stable but critical
Fabrice Muamba remains in a stable condition on Monday morning but critically ill in intensive care after suffering a cardiac arrest.
Last Updated: 20/03/12 4:55pm
Fabrice Muamba remains in a stable condition on Monday morning but critically ill after suffering a cardiac arrest during Bolton's match against Tottenham.
Muamba collapsed in the 41st minute of the FA Cup quarter-final at White Hart Lane on Saturday, with the game abandoned after the player received treatment on the pitch from paramedics.
He was taken to the London Chest Hospital and has been in intensive care at the heart attack centre since Saturday evening.
Regular statements have been released to keep everyone up to date on the 23-year-old's progress, and there remains no change on Monday morning.
"Fabrice Muamba's heart condition is stable, but he remains critically ill in intensive care at the London Chest Hospital," read the latest joint statement from the hospital and Bolton.
"The family is grateful to the media for continuing to respect their privacy at this time."
Messages have been pouring in from across the football world wishing Muamba well.