Arthur Labinjo-Hughes: Football pays tribute to murdered Birmingham City fan after killers jailed

The fans of both clubs wore shirts with the words "Arthur we love you" on them, while the other teams projected a picture of Arthur on their screens.

It was created with a sketch.

Saturday December 4th, UK.

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Footballers and fans paid their respects to Arthur Labinjo-Hughes.

The killers of Arthur Labinjo-Hughes have been jailed.

Arthur died of an "unsurvivable" brain injury at the hands of Emma Tustin after a campaign of "evil" abuse by her and his father.

The couple were sentenced for their crimes.

A banner with a young fan's picture on it was carried by the team before their match against Millwall on Saturday.

A tribute to Arthur is shown on a big screen.

Hughes and Tustin's trial heard that Arthur's father ripped up two of the boy's shirts in front of him, with Hughes agreeing it made the boy "visibly upset" and was "nasty and cruel".

Distressing audio footage shows Arthur begging for no one to love him and no one to feed him in the run-up to his death.

A number of clubs remembered Arthur before the game.

The London Stadium was projected with a large image of him.

A tribute to Arthur Labinjo-Hughes is shown during a match.

There is a tribute to Arthur Labinjo-Hughes at the stadium.

Wolves encouraged fans to take part in a sixth-minute applause at their game againstLiverpool, while the same thing happened at the game against Newcastle.

Tustin was sentenced to life in prison with a minimum of 29 years, while Hughes was sentenced to 21 years.

The case was described by judge Mr Justice Mark Wall as one of the most distressing and disturbing cases he has had to deal with.

Jurors were told how Arthur was made to stand for more than 24 hours at a time, and was physically and mentally abused.

Mr Justice Wall said that the cruel and inhuman treatment of Arthur was a deliberate decision by you to ignore his cries for help.