Leicester City have reportedly apologised to Chelsea for the actions of Ghanaian defender Daniel Amartey during their FA Cup final celebrations at Wembley on Saturday.
Leicester won the world's oldest cup competition for the very first time in their history. Brendan Rodgers' side recorded a 1-0 victory over the Blues, with Youri Tielemans' stunning long-range strike the difference between the two sides.
Understandably, the Foxes players and staff celebrated jubilantly on the Wembley pitch and in their dressing room after the game.
Yet the actions of Amartey apparently crossed a line. The 26-year-old was videoed picking up the pennant given to Leicester by Chelsea ahead of the final and then flinging it over his shoulder to the floor.
It was viewed as disrespectful to Thomas Tuchel, the players, and the club. And according to Sky Sports, the Foxes have apologised to Chelsea for Amartey's actions after their victory at Wembley and have spoken to the defender about the incident.
The Blues have reportedly accepted the apology from the Foxes, who they will take on tomorrow night in the Premier League.