Video: Saudi Arabia apologises after players snub minute's silence

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Saudi Arabia's football association has apologised after its players appeared to snub a minute's silence for the victims of the London attacks during their match against Australia.

Before the game against the Socceroos in Adelaide on Thursday, June 8, Saudi players mostly milled about separately when the stadium announcer called for a moment of silence.

(Source: euronews (in English) YouTube channel)

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