- Daniel Amartey's Leicester City has apologised to Chelsea after he threw the club's pennant onto the floor in a video that quickly went viral
- The Ghanaian international who plays for the Black Stars is yet to say anything publicly on the matter after his side beat Chelsea to win the FA Cup for the first time
- Reports indicate that Chelsea has accepted the apology ahead of another clash between the two sides on Tuesday
Leicester City has rendered an apology to Chelsea after one of their players, Daniel Amartey, made a video of himself throwing Chelsea's pennant on the floor.
Daniel Amartey took the video of himself after his team beat Chelsea to win the FA Cup trophy for the first time in their history with the help of Youri Tielemans' stunning strike.
According to a report sighted by Briefly News on the Twitter handle of @Absolute Chelsea, sighting SkySports, the apology has been accepted by Chelsea.
See the post below:
Chelsea and Leicester City will come back together on Tuesday, May 18, 2021, to face off in the Premier League, with Chelsea looking for a revenge.
The Blues are also in desperate need of a win with their top-four hopes still in their hands but in major doubt, if they suffer their third successive defeat in all competitions.
Daniel Amartey, the Ghanaian player in the middle of the squabble, is yet to say anything publicly on the matter of disrespect to the Chelsea club.
In other news, Al Ahly coach Pitso Mosimane has shared a beautiful image of his family dressed in full club colours, saying he thanks them for the support.
Mosimane’s family shared a message of encouragement just before the Ahly match against Mamelodi Sundowns in Cairo on Saturday night.
While many of his followers liked the image, some have reminded the Ahly coach, Mosimane, that the job against Sundowns is unfinished.
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Source: Briefly News