Wreath laid in memory of Sir Bobby Moore

Bobby Moore collects the Jules Rimet Trophy from the Queen after England's 1966 victory
Bobby Moore collects the Jules Rimet Trophy from the Queen after England's 1966 victory at Wembley. Credit: PA Wire

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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Memorial for Bobby Moore

A wreath has been laid at Wembley Stadium on the 20th anniversary of the death of England's World Cup winning Captain Bobby Moore.