Jimmy Greaves: West Ham lead tributes for former striker

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As a minute of applause was being held, West Ham displayed photos of their former striker at London Stadium.

Jimmy Greaves, their former player, died at the age of 81. West Ham was leading the tributes.

The Hammers gave a minute of applause to Manchester United before their Premier League match.

Before Brighton's match with Leicester City, there was a minute of applause at the Amex Stadium.

All four teams wore black armbands in support of Greaves, who holds a record for the most goals scored in the English top flight with 357.

Tottenham, for which Greaves holds the record goal scorer, and another former club Chelsea will play each other on Sunday at 16:30 BST.

Greaves won two FA Cups as well as one Cup Winners Cup. He also scored 266 goals in 379 games for Spurs.

AC Milan, the place Greaves played in 1961 is also at Juventus at 19:45 BST

Black armbands were worn by West Ham and Manchester United football players

The players from Leicester and Brighton took part in a minute of applause, and wore black armbands

Jimmy Greaves was remembered at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium prior to Sunday's match against Chelsea.

Greaves was part of England's 1966 World Cup winning squad. He scored 44 goals in his senior international appearances.

Geoff Hurst, a former teammate, was one of those who paid tribute to Greaves.