England and Wales players take a knee in World Cup match

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AL RAYYAN, Qatar (AP) - The England and Wales players took a knee before their final World Cup group game on Tuesday.
The teams made the gesture as a sign of solidarity in the fight against discrimination.
England and Wales were among seven European nations who had intended their captains to wear 'One Love' armbands to aid integration at the tournament in Qatar. But they were forced to abandon those plans after FIFA threatened sporting sanctions to any captain who wore them.
England manager Gareth Southgate said his players would take a knee early in the tournament. The team did that in all three Group B games in Qatar. Wales only did it on Tuesday.
"We think this is the biggest thing and we think it's a powerful statement that will go around the world, especially for young people to see that inclusivity is very important," Southgate said.
In addition, Britain's first openly gay Minister for Sport attended the game and wore the armband.
Stuart Andrew said he chose to wear it to support inclusion at sporting events.
"Sport has the power to unite and inspire," Andrew wrote on Twitter, adding it is "vital" that all sporting events are open and inclusive.
AP World Cup coverage: https://apnews.com/hub/world-cup and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports

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