Football players fell silent at Wembley after the London terror attack
Metropolitan Police Commissioner Craig Mackey, along with FA chairman Greg Clarke, London mayor Sadiq Khan and Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport Karen Bradley laid wreaths in the centre circle of the Wembley pitch.
Players and fans all reflected together on the four people who were killed, including PC Keith Palmer, by Khalid Masood in the horrific incident in the British capital.
London Mayor Sadiq Khan lays a wreath on the pitch out of respect for the victims
As football fans, we will stand together at Wembley to remember those who were killed or injured in Wednesday’s horrific attack
Mr Khan said: “As football fans, we will stand together at Wembley to remember those who were killed or injured in Wednesday’s horrific attack to send a message around the world – that Londoners will never be cowed by terrorism.
“Ever since the devastating events of Wednesday afternoon, I have been so humbled and moved by the outpourings of solidarity and compassion from Londoners and visitors to our city alike.
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Armoured police personnel carriers are seen on a street leading to the Houses of Parliament in central London on March 24, 2017 two days after the March 22 terror attack on the British parliament and Westminster Bridge
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Acting Commissioner for the Metropolitan Police Craig Mackey and Sadiq Khan
England players observing the minute of silence
“I want to express my deepest gratitude on behalf of all Londoners to the police and emergency services for the way they responded to the attacks in Westminster.”