Chelsea and Leicester’s players were involved in a lengthy clash at the end of their crucial Premier League fixture on Tuesday evening as tempers flared at Stamford Bridge.
Thomas Tuchel’s men, who suffered consecutive defeats in their last two games, took a huge step towards UEFA Champions League qualification with 2-1 victory, which sees them leapfrog the Foxes into third place.
Things got heated towards the end of the game when Ricardo Pereira caught his former Leicester team-mate Ben Chilwell with a late tackle, resulting in a mass touchline brawl.
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Antonio Rudiger, who scoring the opened goal for west London club, reacted by squaring up to Pereira before the clash evolved into a bigger altercation between the other players, coaches and substitutes.
Daniel Armartey, who was an unused sub for the Foxes, was booked for his involvement in the scrap while Pereira was shown a yellow card for the foul on Chilwell.