Leicester team in Bangkok for Vichai's funeral

Kasper Schmeichel

Under Srivaddhanaprabha's ownership Leicester won the 2015/16 Premier League title

His death sent shock waves through Leicester, where the charismatic Vichai had become a beloved figure in the club and the city - a feat rarely achieved by the Premier League's foreign owners.

Leicester City players and officials arrive at a Buddhist temple to participate in the funeral rituals of Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha in Bangkok, Thailand, 04-11-2018.

But the mood changed when referee Probert followed the letter of the law and booked Gray under a mandatory Federation Internationale de Football Association rule that says players must not remove their shirt over their head.

While there has been some anger placed towards Probert for showing the card in the first place, many others understand that he had been put in a hard position in the first place. It was the first match for the team since it lost its owner in the accident.

Tributes were also paid to Vichai and the others killed in the crash at Saturday's match in Wales, where a wreath was laid and a minute's silence was observed.

"It was tough", Schmeichel said. "I'm proud to have been part of his family".

After the final whistle, Leicester's players and staff stood to applaud their fans for several minutes, taking in the chants of "Vichai" and "Champions of England, you made us sing that".

"Now is just the first step and I hope we can continue next week with the same feeling", he added. He had that on me and so many people, and the outpouring of grief around the world shows that.

Newcastle claimed its first league victory in 11 games by defeating Watford 1-0. The Foxes, whose fixture at Cardiff was in doubt following the incident, fittingly marked the occasion with victory as Demarai Gray's victor sparked an outpouring of emotion.

On the south coast, Manchester United's late win, via a Marcus Rashford strike, failed to alleviate Jose Mourinho's disappointment at another below-par performance.

United started poorly and deservedly trailed through Callum Wilson's early goal before Anthony Martial equalised before the break.

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.

The home team, though, caused an attack of the jitters for Tottenham after narrowing the deficit to 3-2 with penalties from Ruben Neves and Raul Jimenez, both awarded after fouls by 20-year-old Argentine center back Juan Foyth on his league debut.

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