As far as I remember it was just himself. Being the only Muslim player in the team, which is fine, its his pre match routine.
Look my argument isn't even about religion. It's about segregation. When you segregate yourself with others from the rest of your team, it's not going to bode well for bonding as a team. Like I mentioned before, if a quarter of the team peeled off and played D&D before running out, or sang show tunes, whatever, its going to divide whether right/wrong or indifferent.