Chelsea are now on top of Leicester City after yesterday's massive win and therefore they are third in the premier league standings behind Manchester United.
Arguably, race for top four is very tight and it's like Leicester City will miss out considering their last match against Liverpool.
One of the talking points of the game was in injury time when a fight erupted between the Chelsea and Leicester City players.
A fight erupted between Chelsea's Antony Rudiger and Ricardo Pereira of Leicester City after a challenge to Ben Chilwell. Fighting isn't allowed in football and therefore Football Federation is likely to issue a fine to both teams.
Meanwhile, the teams are reportedly set to face the charge for failing to control their players while on the pitch. An investigation is as well conducted by English federation association to determine the key start of the fight with Antony Rudiger being a suspect.
Lastly in your opinion, Who do you think deserves the charge and fine?
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