Chelsea played agaisnt Leicester city in the F.A cup final on Saturday.Chelsea had a good run of results until they lost against Leicester city.Leicester city only goal of the match was scored by Youri Tielemans in the first half.It was Leicester city first F.A cup win in their club history and the players and fans could not hide their joy.
Leicester city players extended their celebrations in the dressing room after winning against Chelsea.Ghanian Daniel Amartey has found himself of critism for his behaviour after his team celebrated Saturday's win.Leicester City defender Daniel Amartey has come under heavy criticism after being caught on camera throwing a Chelsea pennant onto the floor as his team celebrated their FA Cup final triumph over Chelsea in the dressing room on Saturday.
Wesley Fofana was one of the first Leicester players back in the dressing room after their 1-0 victory, which marked their first FA Cup triumph ever, he was soon met by unused substitute Daniel Amartey.
In the immediate dressing room celebrations to the Foxes’ historical moment, Amartey picked up the pennant and threw it over his head and onto the floor.Fofana then flipped the camera back onto himself as he was left in fits of laughter before he eventually ended his Instagram live session.
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