Leicester City clinched the FA Cup with a dramatic victory over Chelsea yesterday with their massive effort. The Foxes secured their first ever FA Cup thanks to a brilliant long-range strike from Youri Tieleman.During the post-match celebrations, a video of Daniel Amartey which is currently trending on various social media platforms, had him throwing Chelsea's pennant being thrown over his head and it then landed on the floor. This act, Chelsea fans claim is a disrespectful act. In reaction to this, most fans of Chelsea are bursting him for his attitude.
Could it be possible that coming Tuesday as the duo meet once again to play an EPL match, this act will ginger the players of Chelsea so they shut the mouth of Leicester City players and most importantly that of Daniel this time around or it will turn otherwise?
Whereas Leicester City could qualify for Champions League with another victory against the same opponents, Chelsea can get revenge from this encounter.
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