West Ham officials and fans have laid a wreath at Wembley stadium to mark the 20th anniversary of Sir Bobby Moore's death.
The England World Cup-winning captain and former West Ham player died aged 51, after a battle with liver and colon cancer.
The St George's flag will fly at half-mast at Wembley this afternoon in tribute.
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