Published On: Tue, May 3rd, 2016

Leicester City Dream Reached Conclusion, Winner of Premier League

Leicester City dream reached conclusion as the winner of Premier League on Monday. The greatest sporting fairytales concluded in west London where chasing Tottenham Hotspur were held 2-2 by Chelsea.

Celebrating outrushed in the provincial English city and drew to Thailand and Japan. While Leicester’s player had watched nervously on television along with Foxes fans packed into local bars 160 km away. Goal from Tottenham’s Harry Kane and son Heung Min had made little wait for the team to cheers.

Leicester City Dream Reached Conclusion, Winner of Premier League

Gary Cahill gave Chelsea a lifetime before the hour and Eden Hazard goal confirm LeicesterCity as champions for the first time. As tempers flared at the end of a red-hot London derby at Stamford Bridge, television pictures cut away to Leicester’s players celebrating in the living room of their striker Jamie Vardy.


City biggest party began in earnest with hundreds of fans gathering outside the stadium and thousands more celebrating in pubs, bars, home and every corner of the earth. Journey from no-hopers to English champions has captivated sports fans worldwide.

Leicester City Dream Reached Conclusion, Winner of Premier League (1)

Mostly, Thailand, home of the club’s owner King power. Claudio Ranieri, former Chelsea manager who has masterminded Leicester’s rise since taking over at the start of the season. We celebrate our first and major league title long managerial career.

Proud Claudio Ranieri

‘’ I’m proud’’ the Italian, who was the favourite in August to become the first manager to be sacked, said.

‘’ I never expected this when I arrived, I’m a pragmatic man, I just wanted to win match after match and help may players to improve week after week, Never did I thing too much about where it would take us.’’

Leicester city dream was true, ‘’ people will be talking about this in 100 years time,’’ former Liverpool player Jamie Caragher said.

‘’for a team like Leicester to come and take the giants on with their wealth and experience, I think it’s the biggest thing to happen in football,’’ he said.