Paris attacks: England and France pay tribute at Wembley
England and France paid tribute to the 129 people killed in Friday's attacks in Paris at an international friendly at Wembley on Tuesday.
A crowd of more than 70,000 sang La Marseillaise - the French national anthem - with the Duke of Cambridge and Prime Minister David Cameron present.
France's game with Germany at the Stade de France was targeted in the attacks.
But France chose to go ahead with Tuesday's game, which ended 2-0 to England, amid heightened security.
Before kick-off, flowers were laid at the side of the pitch by Prince William and the opposing managers, England's Roy Hodgson and Didier Deschamps of France.
The Football Association (FA) had encouraged England supporters to learn the words to La Marseillaise in a show of solidarity and Wembley's arch was lit up in the blue, white and red of the French flag.
Applause greeted the end of the anthems before a minute's silence was impeccably observed, with one side of the London stadium creating a Tricolor mosaic with coloured cards.
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