Fans at Carlisle United's FA Cup game against Shrewsbury Town paid tribute to murdered six-year-old Arthur Labinjo-Hughes.

The Blues invited supporters to take part in a minute of applause in the sixth minute of the game at Brunton Park.

Fans around the stadium responded with a moving ovation for the tragic youngster, whose face was shown on the big screen.

United joined a number of football clubs across the country in staging the minute of remembrance for the young Birmingham City fan from Solihull, whose death has shocked the nation.

The Blues said: "Everyone at the club is deeply saddened by Arthur’s passing. Our thoughts are with all affected by this cruel tragedy. Rest in Peace, Arthur."

There were minutes' applause held at many other grounds today.

News and Star: A tribute to Arthur Labinjo-Hughes at Coventry City today (photo: PA)A tribute to Arthur Labinjo-Hughes at Coventry City today (photo: PA)

Arthur's father, Thomas Hughes was on Friday jailed for 21 years for his manslaughter, while his partner Emma Tustin was jailed for 29 years for murder and child cruelty.

The couple are to have their sentences reviewed after claims they are too lenient.

The Attorney General's Office said the jail terms would be reviewed to "determine whether they were too low".

The Conservative MP for Solihull, Julian Knight, tweeted: "I share the view that the sentences these monsters have been given are just not enough. I will be referring them for review by the Attorney General under the Unduly Lenient Sentence scheme."