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God Save the King sung before the start of England’s deciding Test against South Africa


God Save the King sung for the first time in public at The Oval as tributes are paid to Queen Elizabeth II before the start of England’s deciding Test against South Africa

  • England’s deciding Test against South Africa gets under way today at The Oval
  • Day one was washed out and day two was cancelled following the Queen’s death
  • There was a military guard of honour and a minute’s silence in remembrance 
  • It was followed by a historic rendition of the national anthem before play started
  • Ben Stokes wanted the Test to go ahead because the Queen ‘loved sport’ 

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