FULL TIME: Leicester City beat Chelsea 1-0 in the FA cup final, as they win the FA Cup for the first time in their history! Credit to Brendan Rodgers, when Leicester fans were celebrating the disallowed equaliser, saw a brief clip of him, calmest man in Wembley knowing the game wasn't over.
However according to viral video online which was uploaded by ESPN showed the disrespect a Leicester player by name Daniel Amartya did with the Chelsea batch in the dressing room, that Sparked Reactions Online.
According to the video, while Leicester players were celebrating thier victory in the dressing room, Daniel Amartya took a Chelsea batch from the table and showed it to his team mates then he fling it to the back.
This Sparked a lot of reactions as football fans labeled it a disrespect towards the club, in my opinion, respect is what holds this game together. He didn't have to do that. That's not right, leave trolling for the fans, footballers need to show professionalism and respect to one another.
Some of these things are what causes problems to players. We saw Adebayor's celebration against Arsenal. As a professional player, you should know your limits. I'm disappointed in him.
Very disappointed in him! Show your opponents some respect and that is how it is done in every Sports! Winning a cup final doesn’t make you and your team superior to the opposing team! Thank you.
Watch video here: https://twitter.com/ESPNFC/status/1393663702616973315?s=19
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