Italy honour Bangladesh victims in Germany clash
Antonio Conte's men wore black armbands in their Euro 2016 quarter-final defeat as a mark of respect for those killed in an attack in DhakaSweden-Italy live online: World Cup 2018 qualifier, first leg
Italy wore black armbands during their Euro 2016 quarter-final defeat to Germany on Saturday night in memory of the victims of a terrorist attack in Bangladesh.
Italians among Dhaka victims
Nine Italians were among 20 people killed by hostage-takers in Dhaka, the country's capital, this weekend.
The Italian Football Federation (FIGC) announced the mark of respect in a statement published on its official website earlier in the day.
"Symbol of our sympathy"
Calling the incident 'a tragedy', the FIGC said: "The Italian Football Federation, its staff and all the players stand united with the entire country and the family of the victims.
"As a result, we have requested and received from UEFA permission to wear black armbands during the game against Germany as a symbol of our sympathy in what is a very painful time."
The last-eight match in Bordeaux finished 1-1 after extra time, with world champions Germany winning 6-5 on penalties to set up a semi-final against France or Iceland.