On June 7, Australia faced off against Saudi Arabia in the World Cup soccer qualifying match.
The game was coming on the heels of the June 3 terror attack on the London Bridge.
Asian Football Confederation officials approved a minute of silence for the victims of the attack. It’s the civil, compassionate thing to do, right?
There was even a report that the Australian team tried to reason with them, but they wouldn’t have it.
According to those watching, the Saudi team paced, stretched, and jogged in place.