On Wednesday, the Champions League matches witnessed minutes of silence and a tribute to Queen Elizabeth II, who passed away last Thursday. In Scotland and England, many honors have been paid to the recently deceased king.
All matches had a minute’s silence and no traditional Champions music was played. Manchester City’s match against Dortmund saw acclaim.
And in the duel between Chelsea and Salzburg, a number of UK flags were raised and raised in the midst of the London club crowd, in addition to a minute of silence.
Already at the match between Rangers and Napoli, the fans of the Scottish team made a mosaic with the flag of Great Britain and an image with the face of Queen Elizabeth. After respecting 60 seconds of silence, the fans sang the British national anthem.
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