THE England flag at Wembley Stadium is being flown at half-mast as a mark of respect for the victims of the London terror attacks.
Sitting next to the stadium’s statue of Bobby Moore, the flag has been lowered as a tribute to all those who lost their lives in Westminster on Wednesday.
Further tributes also took place inside the stadium ahead of kick off
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Wreaths were laid on the pitch by FA chief Greg Clarke, Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport Karen Bradley, London Mayor Sadiq Khan and Acting Met Police Commissioner Craig Mackey.
And a minute’s silence was held for all those who lost their lives.
There was also a tribute to former England boss Graham Taylor who passed away in January.
Security has been heightened at the national stadium in the aftermath of Wednesday’s terror attack.
An FA spokesperson said: “Fan safety is of paramount importance and we have robust security measures in place at Wembley Stadium.
“In collaboration with the local authorities and the Metropolitan Police there will be an enhanced security operation for the England v Lithuania match on Sunday, to ensure a safe and secure environment for spectators.
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“All supporters are encouraged to arrive as early as possible to avoid any delays in entering the stadium.”
Four people were tragically killed on Wednesday as terrorist Khalid Masoud ran over pedestrians on Westminster Bridge on the way to the Houses of Parliament.
PC Keith Palmer was then stabbed to death after heroically trying to stop Masoud entering the parliamentary complex.
A further 50 people have also been injured in the attack with some in critical condition.
Palmer was a season-ticket holder at Charlton Athletic and the club have already placed a scarf over his seat.
Further tributes are planned by the Addicks for the hero cop in their next home match.