Indian, Eng cricketers pay homage to Mumbai terror victims

Updated: 11 December 2008 16:35 IST

Indian and England cricketers on Thursday observed a one-minute silence in memory of the Mumbai terror attack victims before the start of the first Test.

Chennai:

Indian and England cricketers on Thursday observed a one-minute silence in memory of the Mumbai terror attack victims before the start of the first Test.

The cricketers and the match officials lined up at the MA Chidambaram Stadium in Chennai before the match and stood in silence for one minute to pay their respects to the terror victims.

The players and the match officials also wore black arm bands in memory of the terror victims.

Topics : Cricket India
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