Champions League matches in the United Kingdom pay tribute to Queen Elizabeth II

Champions League matches in the United Kingdom pay tribute to Queen Elizabeth II

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.

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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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