A smattering of jeers could be heard as both sets of players, coaching teams and the match officials made the anti-racism gesture, which has become a customary action before all football games in England since last summer.
Those booing were then drowned out by loud cheers seconds later, before Michael Oliver officially got the Cup final underway inside the iconic stadium.
Wembley has welcomed back 21,000 supporters for the pilot event set out by the Government as they begin to ease lockdown measures on their roadmap back to normality.
However, some spectators were not happy with seeing the two teams taking the knee, leaving many online perplexed at the reaction.
One fan revealed his delight at hearing fans back inside Wembley before quickly being left dismayed by those booing the gesture initially introduced as a result of the Black Lives Matter movement.
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