Players wear shirts to voice human rights concerns in Qatar ahead of their FIFA World Cup qualifiers

Players from the three European nations, Netherlands, Germany and Norway, all wore shirts to voice their concerns over the treatment of migrant workers as pressure builds on Qatari authorities.

The human rights organisation claims its research shows that thousands of migrant workers are still exploited and abused as World Cup organisers aim to build seven new stadiums for the tournament.

Dutch defender Matthijs de Ligt stressed the importance of players taking a united approach to help protect workers.

We cannot remain indifferent to it and do nothing so we should support these players on their campaign and stop any human rights abuses associated with the tournament.