In Pictures: Football World’s Tribute to Paris Blasts at Wembley
Take a look at the tribute given to the Paris victims before the friendly football game between England and France.
The French and English football players paid their tribute to the 129 people who died during the Paris attacks ahead of their friendly game at the Wembley stadium in London on Tuesday.
It was not only the players but the fans too. There were 70,000 people in the stands who sang the French national anthem - La Marseillaise along with the players.
The game between France and Germany was targeted during the attacks, but still the French team decided to play a game at Wembley.
Although England won 2-0 with Dele Alli and Wayne Rooney finding the back of the net, the result was far away from the minds of everyone present at the stadium.
The Duke of Cambridge Prince William and France Coach Didier Deschamps Lay Flowers Before the Game
The English Fans Display the French Flag While the National Anthem
England coach Roy Hodgson, British Prime Minister David Cameron, Prince William and France Head Coach Didier Deschamps Stand Before the Game
Fans Wear Sweatshirts to Support the Paris Attack Victims
People Raise the French Flag to Pay Tribute to the Victims
Players Round Up Around The Centre Circle For a Minute’s Silence
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