France - England friendly to go ahead

Updated 1832 GMT (0232 HKT) November 14, 2015
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The French international team will play its fixture against England at Wembley on Tuesday despite the Paris terror attacks. Matthias Hangst/Bongarts//Getty Images
Lassana Diarra (No 12) tussles with Thomas Mueller of Germany during the match at the Stade de France. Diarra later revealed that his cousin had been a victim of the attacks in Paris. Adam Pretty/Bongarts/Bongarts/Getty Images
French midfielder Antoine Griezmann sends in a shot during the match. Griezmann's sister survived the attack at the Bataclan threatre while he was playing for his country. MIGUEL MEDINA/AFP/AFP/Getty Images
Fans at the France - Germany match were gathered on the pitch in the aftermath of explosions near the Stade de France. The match, won 2-0 by France, had been completed but people were held in the stadium for security reasons. FRANCK FIFE/AFP/Getty Images
French president Francois Hollande and Germany's foreign minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier attended the match at the Stade de France. FRANCK FIFE/AFP/AFP/Getty Images
Germany coach Joachim Loew said his team had been unsettled before the match against France after a bomb threat to its hotel in Paris. The team spent the night at the Stade de France as a security precaution after the attacks. FRANCK FIFE/AFP/Getty Images
Sydney FC fans hold up a French flag during a moments silence for victims of the Paris terror attacks prior its match against Melbourne Victory at Allianz Stadium in Sydney. Cameron Spencer/Getty Images
David Beckham (far left) and his Great Britain & Ireland team observe a silence in honor of the victims of the Paris attacks. Beckham's team played a Rest of the World selection at Old Trafford in aid of UNICEF. Alex Livesey/Getty Images Europe