England-France Match To Honour UK Terror Victims With Oasis

12 June 2017, 15:36 | Updated: 12 June 2017, 15:39

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According to reports, The Republican Guard brass band will play Don't Look Back In Anger during tomorrow's friendly in Paris.

A classic Oasis track is set to be performed in Paris as a tribute to the victims of the London and Manchester terror attacks.

France is set to play England in a friendly match at the Stade de France tomorrow (13 June), and according to reports, the Noel Gallagher-penned track will form the programme ahead of the match.

According to Joshua Robinson - European sports reporter at the Wall Street Journal - The Republican Guard brass band will play the Oasis song, while a one minute silence will also be observed.

Both teams are also expected to wear black armbands. 

Don't Look Back In Anger became strongly connected to the Manchester Attacks, after an impromptu rendition of the track broke out at a vigil in St Ann's Square.

Watch it here:

Noel Gallagher also gave Coldplay's Chris Martin his blessing to perform the track at One Love Manchester, which he encouraged the crowd to sing to Ariana Grande.

Watch his performance here:


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