Kasper Schmeichel says Leicester helicopter crash will stay with him

Kasper Schmeichel says Leicester helicopter crash will stay with him

While Probert was correct to apply the law, I feel that in exceptional circumstances such as this referees should be able to manage situations and use some common sense.

Leicester City footballers have visited a Thai temple to pay their respects to Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha, the club's late owner.

In the pre-match warmup the players wore white T-shirts bearing an image of Srivaddhanaprabha, below the words "the boss". "I'm confident after I saw my players at training that they can give their best", said Puel.

"He took us in as his extended family and that's exactly what we did with him".

"The way everyone at the club handles themselves is a testament to the family Vichai built".

Most of Leicester City players plan to travel to Bangkok for the funeral after their match with Cardiff City on Saturday.

"We have all lost a family member".

The tears shed by goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel summed up the mood as a huge banner - a Thai flag with "RIP Vichai" and the Leicester badge - was unfurled before the English Premier League football match at Cardiff.

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The 22-year-old was booked after taking off his shirt in celebration, revealing the message "For Kun Vichai".

Ian Rush believes Manchester City's desire to win the Champions League could hand his former club, Liverpool, an golden opportunity to win the English league title for the first time since 1990.

Arsenal made it 14 straight unbeaten by drawing 1-1 with Liverpool off Alexandre Lacazette's 82nd-minute score. I am really glad to have won ... "It is a good balance between emotion and concentration which is hard, now is just the first step and I hope we can continue next week with the same feeling", he said.

A richly-entertaining game threw up chances for both sides as Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp maintained his record of never losing to the Gunners in six encounters.

The win moved United level on points with sixth-placed Bournemouth and a point off Tottenham Hotspur, who were fifth ahead of their evening kick-off at Wolverhampton Wanderers.

Substitute Marcus Rashford scored the victor two minutes into stoppage time at the end of the match after a surging run down the left and a pinpoint centre from Paul Pogba. Everton defeated Brighton 3-1 and West Ham United downed Burnley 4-2.

Harry Kane fired the Spurs to a 3-0 lead after 62 minutes after Erik Lamela and Lucas Moura had earlier struck twice in three minutes to put the north London side in charge.

However, Premier League debutant Juan Foyth gave away two penalties which were converted by Wolves' Ruben Neves and Raul Jimenez to leave Spurs clinging on until the final whistle.