Manchester City captain Vincent Kompany - who scored the winner in Monday's derby - has tweeted that the standing ovation Fabrice Muamba got at Bolton was "emotional".
Emotional moment when Muamba got a standing ovation from the crowd. It's amazing how well he has recovered. So happy for him and his family.
Shauna Muamba the fiancee of Fabrice, has tweeted how "proud" she is of the Bolton Wanderers midfielder after his first appearance at the Reebok Stadium since he suffered a cardiac arrest in February.
So proud of @fmuamba love football such a great game. Football fans are amazing love u all xx
Fabrice Muamba has thanked well-wishers for their "overwhelming" support after the Bolton midfielder suffered a cardiac arrest on the pitch in February.
He has given this interview to Sky Sports:
– Fabrice Muamba interview with Sky Sports
I wish I was playing today, obviously my circumstances are not helping at the moment but I'm sure the boys will go out and give their best today.
Good to see my friend Fab back and smiling!
Wow. Fantastic. #muamba
Just got back from the cinema, in time to see #Fab walk onto the pitch. Massive achievement
Fabrice Muamba has just walked out the tunnel to be greeted by his name sung from all sides of stadium. Emotional, touching, moment.
Fabrice Muamba said the "overwhelming" support he has received since he suffered a cardiac arrest "helps him every single day", during an interview with Sky Sports.
Shauna Muamba has tweeted how much she has missed the Reebok Stadium before she and her fiancee Fabrice return to the ground for the first time since the Bolton Wanderers midfielder suffered a cardiac arrest during a FA Cup match.
Reebok stadium how I've missed u. Come on Bolton we can do this ?
Bolton Wanderers midfielder Fabrice Muamba is set to make his first public appearance since suffering from a cardiac arrest in February during a FA Cup match.
Muamba will attend Bolton's home match against Tottenham at the Reebok Stadium.