Hundreds of thousands of fans gathered in the streets of Leicester on Monday as the city’s football team paraded on an open top bus to celebrate their stunning Premier League title.
The East midland’s city was awash with the club’s colours blue and white as the recently-crowned champions took their place on the top deck of two buses that travelled from Jubilee Square to Victoria Park.
It was the first time in the club’s 132-year history the Foxes have lifted English football’s topflight trophy and comes only two years after they won promotion from the championship.
A sea of supporters packed into Victoria Park where the party continued to acknowledge manager Claudio Ranieri and his men’s remarkable achievement.
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