Mr Pigeard was stabbed in the neck in front of friends, according to his manager.
A spokesperson from the Football Federation Australia told Daily Mail Australia they had been advised prior to the match that the Saudi team would not be taking part.'The FFA sought agreement from the Asian Football Confederation and the Saudi national team to hold a minute's silence in memory of those lost in Saturday night's terror attack in London and in particular the two Australian women,' the spokesperson said.'Both the AFC and the Saudi team agreed that the minute of silence could be held.Others called for official measures to be taken against the team.'I hope FFA call out Saudi Arabia on the clear lack of respect shown prior to KO.Saudi FA, FFA, FIFA and the AFC have been approached for comment.Two Australians were killed in Saturday night's terror attack on London Bridge and nearby Borough Market.
E-learning business owner James Mc Mullan, 32, from Hackney in east London, was killed while he was out celebrating his first million pound deal.