Fabrice Muamba: Players pay tribute to Bolton player

19 March 2012 Last updated at 10:33

The football world pays tribute to Fabrice Muamba, who is seriously ill after collapsing during Bolton's FA Cup game at Tottenham.
Fabrice Muamba
Tributes have been paid to Bolton football player Fabrice Muamba, who collapsed on the pitch during his team's FA Cup match at Tottenham. The 23-year-old suffered a cardiac arrest during the quarter-final tie, which was abandoned. Muamba is now said to be out of immediate danger and is talking, however he's still in intensive care in London.
Benoît Assou-Ekotto, William Gallas, Rafael van der Vaart, Jermain Defoe and Gareth Bale
During Saturday's game, players from both sides including Benoît Assou-Ekotto, William Gallas, Rafael van der Vaart, Jermain Defoe and Gareth Bale were visibly shocked as medics spent six minutes trying to resuscitate Fabrice Muamba on the field.
Fabrice Muamba on stretcher
Fabrice Muamba fell to the ground with no other players around him. He was taken off the field and taken to the intensive care unit of the heart attack centre at the London Chest Hospital.
Bolton Wanderers manager Owen Coyle and chairman Phil Gartside
Bolton Wanderers manager Owen Coyle travelled to hospital with Fabrice Muamba. Bolton chairman Phil Gartside also gave a joint statement from the club: "I ask for everybody to keep Fabrice in their prayers and thoughts."
Jermain Defoe and his mother Sandra
Tottenham player Jermain Defoe visited Fabrice Muamba with his mother Sandra. Members of Muamba's family have also been at the hospital. The player's fiancée Shauna Magunda said: "Where there is life there is hope."
Bolton fans
Bolton fans have been leaving their own tributes at the club's ground, the Reebok Stadium. Fabrice Muamba joined Bolton from Birmingham in 2008 and has made 148 appearances for the club. He moved to England when he was 11.
Rio Ferdinand, Wayne Rooney, Paul Scholes and Jonny Evans
On Sunday there was applause for the player before the Premier League match between Wolves and Manchester United at Molineux. Rio Ferdinand, Wayne Rooney, Paul Scholes and Jonny Evans all clapped for a minute.
Gary Cahill
Former Bolton defender Gary Cahill scored the opening goal in Chelsea's FA Cup quarter-final against Leicester on Sunday and revealed a T-shirt with the message, "Pray 4 Muamba". Other players have been tweeting their support.
Liverpool fans
Liverpool fans paid tribute during their 2-1 FA Cup win over Stoke. Newcastle and Norwich supporters also held a minute's clap before their Premier League match. Bolton's game at Aston Villa on Tuesday has been postponed.
Real Madrid team
There was support for Fabrice Muamba from across Europe over the weekend. Real Madrid players wore shirts bearing his name while Italy and Juventus star Andrea Pirlo said Juve's 5-0 win over Fiorentina was for him.