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Boos from a “large number” of fans were drowned out by “loud and prolonged applause” when England’s players took the knee before their opening Euro 2020 game with Croatia at Wembley Stadium.
Boos on Sunday were met by an ovation from other members of the 22,500 crowd.
Before Euro 2020, England boss Gareth Southgate said his players were “more determined than ever” to take the knee.
BBC Sport’s chief football writer Phil McNulty, who is at Wembley, said there was “still booing from a large number of England fans” as the players took the knee before kick-off.
He added: “But the jeers were also met with a response of loud and prolonged applause. Mixed reaction.”
Speaking to BBC Sport shortly before the Croatia match, Southgate said: “We want that…