In pictures: England host France four days after Paris attacks

France fans
A message of thanks from France fans outside Wembley
England v France fans
Fans make their way to Wembley, waving flags of both countries, for the England v France friendly
France fans
Another message of thanks for the response French people have received since the attacks in Paris on Friday
Armed police
Armed police patrol Wembley before the match
Tricolore
A reflection of the Tricolore on a wet pavement outside the stadium
France fan
A France fan wearing an Eiffel Tower peace logo on the back of his shirt
Armed police
An armed police officer outside Wembley Stadium
France team bus
The France team bus arrives at Wembley Stadium
England fans
Home fans wear the England and France flags painted on their faces
Bobby Moore statue
Fans pose outside the Bobby Moore statue at Wembley, with police looking on
Lassana Diarra
France midfielder Lassana Diarra, whose cousin was killed during the attacks, is embraced by team-mate Paul Pogba before the match
Prince William, Roy Hodgson and Didier Deschamps
Prince William and France and England managers Didier Dechamps and Roy Hodgson lead the teams out with a red, white and blue floral tribute
Minute's silence
England and France players stand for a minute's silence before the match
Minute's silence
The England and France players stand together to pay their respects to the victims
France national anthem
The words of the French national anthem are put on the scoreboard for fans to sing, while supporters hold cards to display the French Tricolore
Tricolore
Fans wave the French Tricolore flag before kick-off
France fan
A France fan in tears and holding the Tricolore before the match
England manager Roy Hodgson, the Football Association chairman Greg Dyke, British Prime Minister David Cameron, Prince William, the Duke of Cambridge and France manager Didier Deschamps
(From left to right) England manager Roy Hodgson, Football Association chairman Greg Dyke, British Prime Minister David Cameron, Prince William, the Duke of Cambridge, and France manager Didier Deschamps pay their respects before the match
Dele Alli
Deli Alli celebrates scoring England's opener
Deli Alli is congratulated by team mates
Alli is congratulated after his spectacular strike
Wayne Rooney
Wayne Rooney doubles England's lead after the break

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