Stanley Metcalf: Applause held for pellet gun death boy
Football fans have honoured a six-year-old boy who died after being shot with a pellet gun with a round of applause.
Stanley Metcalf was injured at a house in Sproatley East Yorkshire, on Thursday. He was taken to hospital where he died.
In a photograph released by his family, Stanley is pictured in a Hull City strip.
Fans held a minute's applause in the sixth minute of Hull City's game against Barnsley.
On Friday, the club tweeted "Stanley will forever be a part of the Hull City family".
Investigations are continuing into the youngster's death although Humberside Police have said it appeared to have been a "tragic accident".
Stanley had been visiting a family member when he was shot.
His great-grandmother described him as a "massive football fan" who had a very close relationship with his twin sister.
The 84-year-old, who did want to be named, said: "His sister absolutely loved him to bits and they would do everything together.
"I don't know how you're supposed to explain things to a six-year-old girl."