WATCH: Iran players decide not to sing national anthem in FIFA World Cup match against England | football news

New Delhi: To show solidarity with the protesters back home, the iranian player has decided not to sing the national anthem of his country before the World Cup match against england on Monday.
All 11 players on the field were silent when the national anthem was played at the Khalifa International Stadium in Doha. Some Iranian fans in the stadium also booed their national anthem.

Iranian state television, during its live broadcast, censored footage of players lining up before the match as the national anthem was played.
It’s been more than two months since the nationwide protests sparked by the death of a young woman Mahsa Amini following her arrest for violating the strict Islamic dress code.
Security forces have violently cracked down on the demonstrations, killing at least 419 people, according to Human Rights Activists in Iran, a group monitoring the protests.
iran guard Ehsan Hajsafi At a press conference on Sunday, he expressed his concern about the political crisis and said he hoped his team could become a voice for the people.

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