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Last Updated: Sunday, 29 June, 2003, 19:19 GMT 20:19 UK
Confederations Cup final photos
A subduded fan sits in an empty stand wearing a Foe t-shirt
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A subduded fan arrives early at the Stade de France to pay his respects to Marc-Vivien Foe who tragically died on Thursday
The Cameroon team warm-up wearing Foe shirts before the final
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The Cameroon side all wear shirts bearing Foe's name during the warm-up in tribute to their fallen comrade
A Cameroon fan pays his respects to Foe at the stadium
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Some do not agree that the match should have gone ahead, but it gives the fans a chance to say goodbye to Foe
Cameroon goalkeeper Idris Kameni and captain Rigobert Song hold a picture of Foe during Cameroon national anthem
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Foe is remembered by all in the stadium during a moving minute's silence prior to kick-off
The French and Cameroon players in a circle for the minute's silence
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Foe's sudden passing has been felt keenly in both the Cameroon and French camps as they share their sorrow
Sylvain Wiltord gets the ball ahead of Mohamadou Idrissou
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The action in the first half is slow to get going in the understandably sombre atmosphere
Thierry Henry takes on Eric Djemba Djemba
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Thierry Henry sparks the game into life with a superb bit of skill to set up Djibril Cisse for a header that goes inches wide
Geremi gets his cross in under the sliding challenge of Bixente Lizarazu
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Cameroon begin to test the French defence with Geremi tormenting the ageing Bixente Lizarazu down the right wing
William Gallas volleys the ball ahead of Valery Mezague
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France look the superior side but neither team can break the deadlock as the match goes to extra-time
Thierry Henry bundles the ball home past Idris Kameni to score the golden goal
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Henry settles the contest with the golden goal seven minutes into extra-time, capitalising on a defensive lapse to bundle home
Sepp Blatter hangs a runner-up medal on the picture of Marc-Vivien Foe
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During the presentation Fifa president Sepp Blatter poigniantly hangs a runner-up medal on the picture of Marc-Vivien Foe
Marcel Desailly and Rigobert Song accept the Confederations Cup
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Marcel Desailly invites opposing captain Rigobert Song to accept the trophy with him as a mark of respect for Foe

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