LEICESTER were goaded by Legia Warsaw as the Polish side’s match-winner modelled a T-shirt commemorating their 1-0 victory MINUTES after the full-time whistle.
Mahir Emreli hit Legia’s first-half winner and appeared for a post-match interview in a top with the result and date printed on it.
Legia’s official account tweeted the picture with the caption: “Unforgettable!”
And they ensured fans will be able to remember the moment forever by immediately flogging the T-shirts online.
Emreli’s strike sent the home support into a frenzy as they celebrated a famous victory over the former Premier League champions.
Brendan Rodgers’ men struggled to make an impact away from home.
But despite also drawing their first group game 2-2 against Napoli, Rodgers has dismissed suggestions Leicester could crash out of the Europa League at the group stage.
He said: “I’m disappointed with the result.
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“We were too passive in the game in the first half. Then we had a couple of really good chances.
“We didn’t concede too much, we dominated the second half, and were much more active. We had opportunities to get something from the game.
“It’s very open [Group C]. There are four games to go. Legia have made a good start. But our aim is to qualify.
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“We still have work to do. We’ve got one point from two games but there is enough time to do that.
“It’s very important for us [playing in the Europa League]. We’ve worked hard to get to this point.
“I’ve made the changes, but it doesn’t take away the importance from it. We have four more games to qualify. As a football club, we’re new to the level.”