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Jack Whitehall Reacts Hilariously To Leicester City Premier League Win

George Pavlou

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Jack Whitehall Reacts Hilariously To Leicester City Premier League Win

Unless you've been living under a rock for the past 24 hours, you will have heard all about Leicester City and their fairy tale ending to the most unlikely sporting story ever to unfold.

Leicester City have won the Premier League and are champions of England.

I still can't believe that sentence is real. And judging by the reactions of just about everyone with any remote interest in football, they can't either.

Jack Whitehall's had me laughing the most - a simple congratulations after his father posted the kind of tweet no son should ever have to see...

Then there was Jeremy Clarkson's shock at everyone supporting Chelsea for the first time, possibly ever...

And Spurs fan Adele not sounding bitter at all...

Local crisp eater and Leicester lad Gary Lineker who may well be presenting Match of the Day in his underwear at some point...

Let's not forget about football god and Real Madrid coach Zinedine Zidane being told about facing Leicester in the Champions League next season...

The Leicester City players, after an extremely tough but ridiculously rewarding season, were all buzzing at the final whistle of Spurs' 2-2 draw with Chelsea at Stamford Bridge last night, handing them the title.

Left back Christian Fuchs posted this video of the team celebrating at Jamie Vardy's house last night...

Where else were they going to have a party?

Goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel followed in his father's footsteps and thanked fans after his dad, legendary Manchester United keeper Peter, pointed out an uncanny resemblance to his first ever Premier League title win.

And now the rest of the Foxes squad...

Spurs ran Leicester close this season and after a resounding 4-0 victory at Stoke two weeks ago, had renewed vigour they could close the gap on league leaders Leicester. But after a disappointing 1-1 draw at home to West Brom last Monday, Leicester needed to avoid defeat against Manchester United and hope for Spurs to not beat Chelsea at Stamford Bridge in order to claim their first league title in the club's 132-year history.

That's exactly what happened and despite a fiery affair at Stamford Bridge, a few of Spurs' players and the club were all as dignified as they could have been in defeat...

Again, I can't believe I am writing this but congratulations to Leicester City on becoming Premier League champions. It's hard to argue it not being the greatest achievement ever seen in football, if not sport as a whole.

Words by emotionally confused Spurs fan George Pavlou

Featured image credit: PA

Topics: Spurs, Gary Lineker, Chelsea, Tottenham Hotspur, Football, Premier League, Jeremy Clarkson

George Pavlou
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