‘Silent, strong’: Polish and Israeli soccer players hold a minute’s silence for Hamas hostages

The under-21 soccer teams of Israel and Poland held an unapproved minute’s silence for the hostages taken by Hamas.

They refused to play for the first minute of the game despite the sporting code not authorising the move.

“I absolutely love this,” Sky News host Liz Storer said.

“Once again, not ugly, no chants, no one calling for genocide.

“But simply a silent, strong, resilient, we will remember them.”