A pause of silence in honor of Queen Elizabeth II as football matches resume - BBC News Arabic

A pause of silence in honor of Queen Elizabeth II as football matches resume – BBC News Arabic

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Liverpool and Ajax players observe a minute’s silence in honor of Queen Elizabeth before their Champions League match

English football clubs were keen to honor the memory of the late British Queen Elizabeth II, and witnessed 30 matches in the English Football League, as well as Liverpool and Tottenham matches in the Champions League, a ceremony honoring the Queen before her start.

Football matches resumed in Britain after being postponed last weekend, following the announcement of the death of the Queen, who spent the longest reign in Britain’s history, on Thursday, September 8, at the age of 96.

And all football events in England, Wales and Northern Ireland, as well as in Scotland, were suspended with the death of Queen Elizabeth, and all matches began after their resumption with the playing of the national anthem, in addition to standing “a pause of silence” in honor of the Queen, whether in the English Premier League matches or Champions League matches. It was fought by English teams, which is what happened with Liverpool and Tottenham.

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A picture of Queen Elizabeth II was shown on the big screen before MK Dawn’s match with Bolton Wanderers

BBC Sport football writer Phil McNulty said the vast majority of Liverpool fans at Anfield had been completely silent for a shorter period, with one or two shouts at the start of the tribute before the game against Ajax.

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