Fabrice Muamba Collapses on pitch during Bolton VS Tottenham FA Cup game [FULL VIDEO]
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Fabrice Muamba Collapses on pitch during Bolton VS Tottenham FA Cup game [FULL VIDEO]

London : United Kingdom | Mar 18, 2012 at 10:25 PM PDT
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Fabrice Muamba Collapses on pitch during Bolton VS Tottenham FA Cup game

Premier League footballer Fabrice Muamba, left fighting for his life after he collapsed on pitch during Bolton vs Tottenham FA cup game at White Hart Lane on Saturday, March 17, 2012.

Bolton midfielder suffered a cardiac arrest in the 41st minute of the sixth round game, which was abandoned by referee Howard Webb.

According to reports Muamba's heart stopped beating for almost two hours after collapse and paramedics could not get his heart to start beating independently until he reached London Chest Hospital.

His fiancée Shauna Magunda, who is mother to his three-year old son and got engaged to the footballer on Valentine’s Day wrote on her Twitter page: ‘God is in control. Please keep [Fabrice] in your prayers.’ she later added: ‘Please keep praying for [Fabrice] – it’s really helping, I can feel it. xx’

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Bolton Wanderers manager Coyle walks alongsde the stretcher as medical staff attend to Fabrice Muamba after he collapsed on the pitch during their FA Cup quarter-final soccer match against Tottenham Hotspur at White Hart Lane in London
Bolton Wanderers manager Coyle walks alongsde the stretcher as medical staff attend to Fabrice Muamba after he collapsed on the pitch during their FA Cup quarter-final soccer match against Tottenham Hotspur at White Hart Lane in London
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      The Hindu
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      The Sun UK
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