Leicester player throws away traditional Chelsea flag in immediate dressing room ceremony after FA Cup win.
Some Chelsea supporters may want to look away as it’s surfaced that the traditional pennant (like a flag) they gave to Leicester before today’s FA Cup final has been thrown to the floor after their loss.
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 tossed it over his head and onto the floor.
Fofana then flipped the camera back onto himself as he was left in fits of giggling before he finally concluded his Instagram live session.
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here’s this instead https://t.co/zuVdVauiGB— Gergana (@ambiguousreds) May 15, 2021
Amartey will forever be seen as a brute by the Chelsea supporters after this moment, the ace may not have anticipated the action maliciously, but it will be viewed as ill-bred regardless.
Chelsea have the opportunity to put today’s errors right in a vital Premier League clash against the Foxes on Tuesday night, if displays like this don’t fire them up – nothing will.
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Leicester player throws away traditional Chelsea flag in immediate dressing room ceremony after FA Cup win