Queen Elizabeth’s passing received a brilliant tribute from England’s cricket team at The Oval…
The English cricket team offers a heartwarming tribute to Queen Elizabeth II after her demise as the cricketers sing their national anthem.
England's Test cricket side, led by Ben Stokes, sang God Save the King before the third day of the third Test match against South Africa at The Oval before play on Saturday
Today will be forever remembered as a special moment in sports history, with 'God Save The King' sung at a sports event for the first time since 1952 in London.
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Ollie Robinson and Ollie Pope lifted England into a useful position in the third Test after an extraordinary, wicket-laden third day laced with poignancy at the Kia Oval.
God save the King has been sung at a televised sporting event for the first time in 70 years.
Thousands of spectators sang the new national anthem before start of play in the third men’s Test between England and South Africa.