Leicester City Fan Banned For Life After Attacking Forest Players Celebrating Their Goal (Video)

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Leicester City was knocked out of the FA Cup in the fourth round on Sunday, and the crowd’s rage spilled onto the pitch in the 61st minute.

Leicester City Fan Banned For Life After Attacking Forest Players Celebrating Their Goal (Video)

Djed Spence’s goal made it 4–1 for Nottingham Forest, and while he and his teammates celebrated, they were attacked by a fan who ran onto the pitch.

Although the first breakdown in security provides a second dose of shame for Leicester City after a dismal performance, security immediately removed the fan out of the stadium.

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Both Leicester and Manchester United have been knocked out of the FA Cup by lower-league teams, with Middlesbrough upsetting Man U on Friday.

Pained Fan Going Bizarre

Following the home side’s third goal in the FA Cup fourth round clash on Sunday, a Leicester City fan humiliated his team by running onto the pitch and attacking a number of Nottingham Forest players.

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Fans inside the stadium captured incredible footage of a man emerging from the away end and coming over to the celebrating players and unleashing a series of blows.

A few of Forest players shoved the hooligan in return before stewards seized him and brought him to the ground.

After the game, Leicester City issued a statement saying they were “appalled” by the fan’s actions. While players confirmed performance was disappointing.

The manager of Leicester City, Brendan Rodgers was filled with Lamentation after Championship side Nottingham Forest humiliated his team in the FA Cup 4th round on Sunday, February 6, 2022.

Leicester City traveled to East Midlands rivals Nottingham Forest to play the 4th round of the FA Cup as the defending champions of the tournament.

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They were expected to beat the Championship side to book a date with Huddersfield Town in the 5th round of the competition but the reverse was the case.

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