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Following the end of a great day at Cardiff City on Saturday, Leicester City players moved to the stadium, because it was the most important match.

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Renewed:November 4, 2018, 12:58 PM IST

& # 39; We all wanted to go to the tree
Following the end of a great day at Cardiff City on Saturday, Leicester City players moved to the stadium, because it was the most important match.

Following the end of a great day at Cardiff City on Saturday, Leicester City players moved to the stadium, because it was the most important match.

Claude Puel and the players have been wrapped up by 9,600 passengers traveling to Thailand to pay their respects to the funeral of Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha.

It was the seventh day of their flight after Thai footballer was among the five people killed in a plane crash outside Leicester after drawing 1-1 with West Ham United.
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The past seven days have been filled with the sense of feelings and sophistication of Cardiff at the beginning of the day and felt the second of the early emotional challenges. The storm was put on the stadium and the silence at the moment the size of the two groups.
"Any player wanted to leave there to stay at the funeral," said Leicester goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel. "We are happy to have left today a very difficult game that we can win and bring to Thailand and we hope we can be proud of the family.

"I feel proud of myself, I was very good for everyone.

"Anyone who can interact with his team is a witness to the family of Vichai.

"That took a lot and I'm proud of how everybody has played today, like everyone else, it was a sensual day and we are happy to get three points."

British media reported that following the disaster this month, Schmeichel was on a helicopter flight outside the stadium and tried to see if he could help you.

Dane said Vichai had a major impact on the whole team.

"Very few people are affected," he said on Saturday. "It has a major impact on my life, you can see the reaction that has affected the lives of many people, and I am very happy to know him.

"We can not imagine what his family is going to do, we have done for him and his family.

The first ceremony at the Vichai was held in Thailand on Saturday. It will accompany the concert parties for the next seven days.

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