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James McClean wears black armband in Wigan’s commemoration of death of Queen Elizabeth II

James McClean of Wigan Athletic stops for a minute of silence before their Sky Bet Championship game at John Smith's Stadium against Huddersfield Town. 

Wigan’s James McClean wore a black armband in Wigan’s pre-match tribute to Queen Elizabeth II.

The Derry-born winger stood apart from his Wigan teammates during a minute’s silence before their Championship match against Huddersfield Town.

James McClean wears black armband in Wigan’s commemoration of death of Queen Elizabeth II

Every English football field that hosted tonight’s EFL games or Liverpool’s Champions League game against Ajax marked the day.

Will Keane put Wigan ahead with a 23rd-minute penalty while McClean wore the armband?

McClean changed jerseys at halftime, and it was unclear if he wore the armband.

In the 76th minute, Tom Lees equalized Wigan’s lead, but Callum Lang restored it with McClean’s assist.

The 33-year-old played a full role as the Latics won and moved up to eighth in the Championship.

Wigan fans chanted McClean’s name at the game’s end.

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