A video of the Australian cricketing community paying respect to Australian martyrs of World War I.


The Remembrance Day is observed on November 11 in Australia and is not a public holiday. However, people can pay respect to the Australian war soldiers. Many organisations around the country pay homage by observing a two-minute silence.


The video shows Australian cricketers paying respect to the soldiers at the Gabba in Brisbane where their team and South Africa are battling it out for cricketing supremacy.


South Africa, who elected to bat first, scored a massive 450 runs as in-form Hashim Amla and Jacques Kallis scored centuries on Day Three.