Premier League players took a knee before kick-off at Aston Villa versus Sheffield United and Manchester City against Arsenal in support of the Black Lives Matter movement.
The top-flight restarted on Wednesday 100 days after it was halted because of the coronavirus pandemic and those on the pitch, including the match officials, at Villa Park and the Etihad Stadium knelt down at the start of the game.
Instead of the names on the back of their shirts, players are wearing the words Black Lives Matter for the first 12 fixtures of the season.
A Black Lives Matter logo will also feature on jerseys for the remainder of the campaign.
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