Published: Sun, November 04, 2018
Sports | By Brett Lawson

Leicester players return to stadium to pay their respects to Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha

Leicester players return to stadium to pay their respects to Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha

It was reported by Thai media that the club owner's body has arrived in Bangkok before his funeral - which is set to last a number of days - begins on Saturday.

Everton netted a fourth win in five Premier League matches by overcoming Brighton 3-1 at Goodison Park.

Vardy said the last week had been the hardest of his life but the players, who will travel by road to Cardiff rather than fly, were keen to play on Saturday. The way everyone at the club has handled themselves is a testament to the family that Vichai built.

The club take on Welsh side Cardiff City today at 2pm GMT. It has been an emotional day.

"The win took a lot out of us, that was tough, but I'm so proud of how everyone played, how professional it was".

The visitors felt they should have had a penalty when Sol Bamba blatantly handballed in the box shortly before half-time, but they finally opened the scoring through Demarai Gray's half-volley with 55 minutes on the clock after Ben Chilwell had found him in the box.

A white wreath was placed pitchside when both sides emerged from the tunnel with Leicester's squad and staff joined on the centre circle by the Cardiff team and match officials.

At the final whistle, Leicester's players came together to embrace.

However, amidst the emotion, referee Lee Probert booked Gray.

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His death has seen tributes laid outside the Premier League club's home ground, while Leicester players and staff gathered on the pitch with the Srivaddhanaprabha family to pay their respects.

On any other weekend, the showdown between revitalised Arsenal and title-chasing Liverpool would have hogged the spotlight which instead shone on Leicester.

"We want to back the team, the fans want to back the manager, want to back the players, in what must have been a horrendous week". The balance was good in our speed and intensity.

"Not many, if any moments in my career like that", he said.

Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola is surprised by Southampton's problems this season.

The Hammers' deserved win was their first in the league since late September and owed much to two goals from Felipe Anderson.

Callum Wilson's 11th-minute opener for Bournemouth was cancelled out by Anthony Martial's 35th-minute effort as United survived a series of missed chances from the hosts.

"We were defensively terrible". Mourinho called his team's first-half display a "disaster".

Erik Lamela put Tottenham ahead in the 27th minute, Lucas Moura doubled their lead three minutes later and Harry Kane notched the third in the 62nd minute.

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