The Leicester City players’ euphoric celebrations after they were crowed Premier League champions on Monday night will live long in the memory.
The Foxes stars all went to Jamie Vardy’s house to watch the decisive clash between Chelsea and Tottenham on television - and Christian Fuchs uploaded a fantastic video of the players all celebrating wildly after the final whistle went and Leicester officially became champions of England.
However, there’s a chance you may have missed the epic celebration of Wes Morgan, Leicester’s captain, after Eden Hazard smashed in the all-important equalising goal against Spurs. (Scroll down this page to watch the video).
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The 32-year-old uploaded a slow motion video to Twitter of himself being dragged along Vardy’s kitchen floor. We are not making this up.
Morgan tweeted: “The moment Chelsea equalise and you lose control #champions #WeDidIt 🏆“
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Video: Wes Morgan's epic celebration
Morgan: My teammates are like brothers
The central defender, who earned Leicester a crucial point with a headed equaliser against Manchester United at Old Trafford on Sunday, described his teammates as “like brothers”.
"I can't wait to get my hands on the trophy," Morgan was quoted as saying by BBC Sport. "I've never known a spirit like the one between these boys.
"Everyone's worked so hard for this. Nobody believed we could do it, but here we are, Premier League champions and deservedly so.
"People saw it last season when everyone expected us to be relegated, but we fought back to prove people wrong."
Ranieri delighted following remarkable triumph
In what will go down as one of the greatest sporting triumphs ever - Leicester were 5,000-1 to win the Premier League title at the start of the season - Claudio Ranieri’s men have been crowned champions of England with two matches to spare.
“I’m so proud,” Ranieri told Leicester’s official website. “I’m happy for my players, for the Chairman, for the staff at Leicester City, all our fans and the Leicester community. It’s an amazing feeling and I’m so happy for everyone.
“I never expected this when I arrived. I’m a pragmatic man, I just wanted to win match after match and help my players to improve week after week. Never did I think too much about where it would take us.
“The players have been fantastic. Their focus, their determination, their spirit has made this possible. Every game they fight for each other and I love to see this in my players. They deserve to be champions.”
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