German top-tier football league, Bundesliga, honored victims Friday of a recent racist terror attack in Hanau.

“Remembering the victims of the Hanau attacks,” the Bayern Munich club said on Twitter.

A minute of silence was observed at the Allianz Arena in Munich before a match between Bayern Munich and Paderborn.

Bayern Munich’s tweet showed players wearing black armbands.

Paderborn posted a photograph displaying players from both teams standing in silence.

“In memory of the victims in Hanau,” Paderborn said.

Bundesliga and its lower division, Bundesliga 2, will remember Hanau victims this weekend, German Football League (DFL) said Thursday.


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