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Sport pays tribute to Queen to mark funeral as Tyson Fury and John Terry lead salutes


‘Thank you for your service, dedication and sacrifice for our great country’: Former England captain John Terry and boxing world champion Tyson Fury lead sport’s tributes to Queen Elizabeth II during her funeral

  • The funeral service for Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II took place on Monday
  • The UK’s longest-serving monarch, who ruled for 70 years, died on September 8
  • The 96-year-old’s service took place at 11am at Westminster Abbey in London 

The sporting world came together on Monday as many paid their respects to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II who was laid to…



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