Saudi Arabian player Al Faraj honored victims of the London terror attack

Saudi Arabian player Al Faraj honored victims of the London terror attack

- Saudi Arabian midfielder Salman Al Faraj was the only player that honored the London terror victims

- His teammates ignored the directives of them to pay a one minute's silence for the victims

- The issue has generated lots of concern from the entire football world

Many football pundits have saluted the courage of Saudi Arabian football star Salman Al Faraj who was the only man from the Arabian team that honored victims of the London terror attack.

On Thursday, June 8, 2017, the entire football fraternity frowned at the decision of the Saudi Arabian players not to obey the one minute's silence for the London terror victims.

But while his teammates ignored the directives of honoring the terror victims, Faraj, 27, solemnly held his hands behind his backs and honor the victims.

The rest of his Saudi Arabian team were the target of global outrage for snubbing the minute's silence with officials claiming it was 'not in keeping with Saudi culture'.

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Source: Sports.naija.ng

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