Fabrice Muamba, after collapsing in a soccer game, reportedly remains in a critical state at the hospital. The 23-year-old went into cardiac arrest in a FA match. 

His heart started working again at a London hospital last night. 

Here's more from the report:

Releasing more details of Muamba's condition, Bolton says that he remains "in a critical condition" in intensive care at the London Chest Hospital's heart attack unit.

Bolton manager Owen Coyle returned to the east London hospital Sunday morning after rushing there with Muamba, who has played 33 times for England's under-21 squad.

Meanwhile, a man has been arrested after allegedly making racist remarks on Twitter relating to Muamba.

Police say a 21-year-old man from south Wales was held Sunday on suspicion of breaching the Public Order Act, whose provisions include making any acts of racist abuse illegal.

South Wales Police say the man who allegedly wrote racially offensive comments is being held in custody in Swansea Central.

Former soccer player turned TV pundit Stan Collymore had urged followers Saturday night to report anyone tweeting racist comments about Muamba to police.
 I wish the best to Muamba and I hope get gets better as soon as possible. Pray for the man, folks.

Written by Josh Dhani, Founder 

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