Jamie Vardy appears to make X-rated remark, Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall cuts leg and Leicester make Leeds dig in title celebrations

Jamie Vardy couldn’t contain his excitement as Leicester kickstarted their Championship winning celebrations.

The Foxes won the title with a 3-0 win away at Preston North End on Monday night having already secured promotion three days prior.

Vardy got onto the scoresheet twice on a victorious night for the club, who have sealed an instant return to the Premier League.

And he took the opportunity to celebrate in style in front fans, so much so that it appeared to make him drop a cheeky F-bomb.

After speaking to Sky Sports, Vardy joined his teammates by running towards the travelling Leicester fans and sliding on the pitch.

Given the wet conditions at Deepdale, he slid so far on the turf that he very nearly hit the advertising boards head first.

“F****** hell I went flying!” he appeared to say whilst the camera was pointed at him, doing so with a grin.

His teammate Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall didn’t appear to fare so well in his celebrations though having seemingly picked up a small injury.

The midfielder could be seen hobbling off the pitch on the way to the dressing room, with some blood spotted on his left leg.

It remains unknown as to what caused this but one thing that is for certain is that it will do little to spoil the party for Dewsbury-Hall.

Back in the dressing room, the players could be seen celebrating by signing ‘I Predict a Riot’ in a live video on Instagram.

The song is sung by UK band the Kaiser Chiefs, who originate from Leeds, with Leicester’s rendition seemingly a dig at their Championship rivals.

Leicester players celebrate promotion at Enzo Maresca’s house

Both sides appeared to be in contention for the title with Leeds’ victories over the Foxes prompting fans to crow about the Whites’ promotion chances. However, it’s Leicester who have come out on top while Leeds may have to settle for a play-off spot.

Ever since their relegation from the Premier League was confirmed last season, Leicester quickly emerged as contenders to go straight back up.

The arrival of Enzo Maresca from Manchester City as their boss has proven to be an excellent appointment for the Foxes.

At one point, it looked as though they were set to storm to the title but a dip in form invited Ipswich Town and Leeds back into the race.

SOURCE: Football News, Transfers, Opinion – talkSPORT   (go to source)
AUTHOR: Robert Calcutt
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