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With the game petering out to a 2-1 victory for the west London outfit at Stamford Bridge, several Chelsea players were enraged by a reckless challenge from Foxes full-back Ricardo Pereira.
Within moments several Leicester players piled into back up their teammate, including some from the bench - such as Daniel Amartey.
Amartey made his way into the headlines following Leicester's FA Cup final win over the Blues on Saturday, when he threw Chelsea's pennant to the ground in celebration.
It lloks like the Blues players weren't best pleased by that, with quite a few of them heading straight for the Ghana international instead of Pereira - who had made the offending tackle. Thiago Silva made his feelings particularly clear to the midfielder.
Eventually Edouard Mendy got into the middle of it all and broke it up with the sheer length of his arms, but fans were happy to see their players have a bit of pride for the club. Amartey ended up with a booking for his trouble.
Frame 1: Mount clocks it's Amartey- Sudip Majumder ✍️ (@studipm) May 18, 2021
Frame 2: Immediately gets on his face
The turnaround lol pic.twitter.com/QlcES5Tkxv
Forget Mike Dean and Timo werner.- Elikor Benson :flag_ng: :flag_us: (@ElikorBenson) May 18, 2021
Chelsea players when they sighted Amartey
From center, Thiago Silva, Mason Mount, Rudiger, Pulisic, Kovacic, Reece James pic.twitter.com/8pDrM0les5
This is class. Amartey does nothing to Silva and as soon as he clocks him he goes mad. Must be after that video on Saturday. Go on Thiago! :blue_heart: pic.twitter.com/yRTmVAnnX4- Jason Jount (@jrs_cfc) May 18, 2021
Alonso seeing Amartey leave the ground pic.twitter.com/6f5O2pFnNs- Ben (@CriminalCosta) May 18, 2021
Chelsea came out 2-1 victors on the night, strengthening their chances of Champions League football next season. However, they will still be disappointed at missing out on silverware to the Foxes just last week.
Meanwhile, Leicester are in serious danger of missing out should Liverpool win their final two matches, as they have worse goal difference than the Reds. In addition, they can't afford to drop any points in their final game of the season - against Tottenham.
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