As Bolton's Fabrice Muamba remains in critical condition after his collapse during Saturday's abandoned FA Cup match against Spurs and Barcelona's Eric Abidal prepares for a liver transplant, Real Madrid offered well wishes to both footballers before Sunday's match against Malaga.
Wearing shirts that read "Animo Abidal" on one side and "Get well soon Muamba" on the other before their 1-1 draw at the Santiago Bernabeu, Real Madrid players showed support for Abidal, a member of their biggest rivals, and Muamba, a player in a different league.
Earlier in the day, Gary Cahill -- Muamba's former teammate -- showed a "Pray 4 Muamba" shirt after scoring Chelsea's first goal in their 5-2 FA Cup win over Leicester (out of respect, the referee did not show him a yellow card for removing his shirt).
Daniel Sturridge, another former teammate of Muamba's while on loan at Bolton, showed a similar shirt after the match.
On Saturday, Andrea Pirlo dedicated Juventus' 5-0 win over Fiorentina to Muamba.