- George Floyd recently died after been tortured by police in America
- Liverpool players have showed their support by kneeing down in his memory
- Marcus Rashford and Jadon Sancho have also expressed their anger on his death
Liverpool players have showed their support for late George Floyd by kneeling down in training and called for the end of racism in the world following the death of the African-American.
The world are still battling to come to terms the rationale that made American police to torture George Floyd openly to the point of death despite his pleas while on the ground.
Jurgen Klopp's and his wards recently resumed training at Anfield where they are preparing to play their remaining games this season in the Premier League.
In a photo sent on social media by Liverpool, players like Virgil Van Dijk, Andy Robertson, Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mane can be seen on their knees to show their frustration to the death of George Floyd.
''Unity is strength #BlackLivesMatter' is the message Liverpool players sent to the world in their response to the death of George Floyd.
Manchester United striker Marcus Rashford also made his anger known to the death of George Floyd by saying that the society is now more divided than ever.
Borussia Dortmund star Jadon Sancho also expressed his frustration for the death of George Floyd by showing in his inner shirt calling for justice.
Meanwhile, protesters have stormed the streets in the United States showing their anger for the way George Floyd was killed by the police.
The officer was kneeled on his has also been sacked and has been charged with murder.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how boxing legend Floyd Mayweather has offered to pay for funeral expenses of late George Floyd who recently died in America following assault from the police who arrested him.
Floyd Mayweather's company confirmed this on social media in which the family of the deceased have also accepted the gesture from the retired boxer who has made so much money in boxing.
The 43-year-old Mayweather is said to have been so frustrated with the ways George Floyd lost his life in the hands of the police who refused to allow him stand on the ground.
Americans and many parts of the world are currently angry and sad with how police tortured George Floyd until he passed on.
In the video which has been circulating online, it can been seen that a policeman kneeled on George Floyd's neck where he was shouting for help.
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