Footballers and teams take a knee during the match support anti-racism campaign!

Many football team and players took a knee in solidarity with Black Lives Matter protests sweeping the world after George Floyd's killing in Minneapolis by a police officer. 

Here are the list of the players and the teams who took a knee:

Marcus Thuram

Marcus Thuram, 22-Year Old French forward, takes a knee to honor memory of George Floyd after scoring in the German Bundesliga match between Borussia Moenchengladbach v Union Berlin.

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Marcelo

Real Madrid defender Marcelo showed his support to the Black Lives Matter campaign by taking a knee after he scored a goal for his club against Eibar. 

The Brazilian star put the Spanish giants 3-0 up in just 37 minutes on Sunday evening. 

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Liverpool squad

Liverpool's squad took a knee while training session to show support to 'Black Lives Matter' campaign. 

Premier League released a statement, which read: "We, the Players, stand together with the singular objective of eradicating racial prejudice wherever it exists, to bring about a global society of inclusion, respect, and equal opportunities for All, regardless of their colour or creed.

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Aston Villa and Sheffield United

Players and coaches from all four sides including  Aston Villa and Sheffield United who clashed on Wednesday took a knee for nearly 10 seconds with Black Lives Matter carved on the back of their shirts instead of their names.

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Manchester City and Arsenal

The English Premier League restarted after a 100-day break due to the coronavirus pandemic as Manchester City and Arsenal players took a knee in solidarity with Black Lives Matter protests sweeping the world after George Floyd's killing in Minneapolis by a police officer.

(Photograph:AFP)