Players, officials, and supporters observed a minute’s silence in honour of the death of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II at Wolverhampton Wanderers vs. Manchester City.
The two Premier League sides kicked off their early Saturday game with a minute’s silence, with players and match officials gathered at the centre circle at Molyneux.
Pep Guardiola and Bruno Lage also joined the observance.
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It was the first round of the Premier League following the news of the Queen’s death. That led to last weekend’s league games being suspended.
Top-flight clubs resumed their activities in England with a number of European games in midweek.
After the minute’s silence, the national anthem was performed by a singer with many supporters joining in a rendition of ‘God Save the King’.
Then with 70 minutes on the clock, both sets of fans applauded.
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