Polish fans booed as England players knelt in support of the anti-racist movement.
Despite the players being booed and shouted, the players continued to carry out their protest in support of the “Black Lives Matter” movement.
Poland captain Robert Lewandowski, 33, risked the wrath of his fans after nodding to the word Respect on his Polish shirt, which means respect, to urge his country’s fans to respect the feelings of others, which the three star Lions whistled in knee in Warsaw.
British newspapers praised Lewandowski’s “brave” behavior.
This is the second time England players have been booed by fans in a week, as the Hungarian fans in Budapest attacked the “Three Lions” players in similar to what happened yesterday, Wednesday.
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