Last night was not a very beautiful night for Leicester City who had to go down the hard way against their rivals Chelsea. It was in this game where the winner would qualify for Champions League football next season.
Chelsea won the game 2-1 making revenge for the loss they received in the weekend FA Cup final game where things did not go their way and so Leicester won the trophy.
In last night's game, Chelsea was so dominant and had the support of about 8,000 fans in Stamford bridge and with such an environment, Leicester city could not win. Things were when Chelsea was denied several goals.
In the second half, things went from bad to worse and from worse to worst in the 93rd minute when Leicester city player decided to start a fight with one of Chelsea's defenders due to frustrations.
There was a big commotion that saw all players even those on the bench come out to stop this. What was lovely and positive about this is how Leicester city's goal scorer Iheanacho came to a personal level with Rudiger and stop the fight. As an intermediator, Iheanacho deserves all the respect and that was seen from the twosome a few minutes later.
The foxes lost 2-1 and the damage has been done to them since they may end up not qualifying for Champions League given that Liverpool wins their week 37 game today.
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