Leicester goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel says the helicopter crash that killed the club's revered Thai owner Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha will haunt him forever after he witnessed the tragedy.
Leicester footballers yesterday attended the funeral in Bangkok of their chairman Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha who died in a fiery helicopter crash at their home King Power Stadium last Saturday. The 31-year-old had received counselling during the week and was in tears during the pre-match minute's silence, but responded with a performance full of guts and resilience.
Kasper Schmeichel has emotionally revealed how he waved off Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha in his helicopter from the King Power Stadium pitch before watching it crash in a auto park.
"It felt like a cup final", the Dane said.
"I feel proud, it's been a really tough week for everyone". I am really glad to have won ...
"But I think it is fantastic to finish this game and this situation with a win and a good game". The emotion is not necessarily a bad thing. Former France forward Thierry Henry - who registered 175 times for Arsenal - is the only oversees player ahead of Aguero.
Numerous squad, including Vardy, Morgan, and goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel, have spoken of the huge impact the Thai billionaire had on them and the club.
He said: "I spoke to somebody".
Murphy believes those deals are now being rewarded, with Liverpool boasting a last line of defence that they can rely on and a settled unit of proven performers who have helped to build an unbeaten start to the club's 2018-19 Premier League campaign. "It is not a nice memory but I have had all the support I need".
Leicester fan and Match of the Day presenter Gary Lineker, on his Twitter account, called it a "silly law, always has been but not the day to get worked up about something so insignificant".
Demarai Gray scored the only goal in the 55th minute in Cardiff to earn Leicester the points, and removed his shirt to reveal a tribute to Srivaddhanaprabha. Schmeichel explained it had not been an occasion for intricate strategies and that the emphasis had been on mastering the intense feelings that had occupied them.
"I am happy we managed to do this and it was great to experience this result with the fans at the end, because it was all the family together to honour our chairman".
The funeral, closed to the public and media, was attended by Vichai's relatives, friends and senior Thai politicians and soccer officials.
Puel's men are back in action next Saturday, with Leicester hosting Burnley in the Premier League.
"I said it is impossible to play worse than we did so the second half will be better for sure".