The world of sport has been paying tribute to the victims of Friday's attacks in Paris.
Respects were paid at sporting events all around the world.
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At David Beckham's Unicef charity match in Manchester, the crowd stood silent to pay tribute to those who lost their lives.
Former England Captain, David Beckham who was playing in the match, said it was the right thing to do.
The two teams taking part in the David Beckham charity match at Old Trafford hold a minute's silence
Sydney FC fans held up a French flag during a silence prior to their Australian league match
Australian cricket players stood in silence during day two of their Test match against New Zealand
French golfer Benjamin Hebert had a message for Paris on his cap while out playing
Melbourne City FC (right) and Adelaide (left) - Australian Women's football teams stand for a minute's silence before their match
Jockeys at the horse racing in Cheltenham wore armbands as a mark of respect
A minute's silence was held before England's rugby league game against New Zealand
French Formula 1 driver Romain Grosjean wore an armband during practice for the Brazilian Grand Prix
A National Hockey League match in America between Washington Capitals and Calgary Flames
A minute's silence was held at every event at FC Barcelona on Saturday
Swindon Town and Scunthorpe stand in silence before their League One match
Worcester Warriors and La Rochelle pay their respects before their European Rugby Challenge Cup match