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Leicester suffer heavy defeat to French champions PSG

Claudio Ranieri Credit: PA

Premier League champions Leicester City slumped to a 4-0 defeat to French side Paris Saint Germain in the International Champions Cup in Los Angeles.

Claudio Ranieri's side were outclassed by the French champions, who went into half time 2-0 up thanks to an Edison Cavani penalty and a goal from 18-year-old Jonathan Ikone

Lucas Moura and Odsonne Edouard made it 4-0 in the second half, with the Foxes failing to find the back of the net.

Leicester City will face Barcelona next in the competition on Wednesday.



Nottingham Pride pays tribute to Orlando victims

During Nottingham Pride today the noisy parade paused for one minute in silence to remember the 49 people killed in the homophobic attack on a gay nightclub in Orlando in Florida last month.

One of Pride's organisers Craig Martin explains why it was only right the event today paid tribute to those who were killed, while those attending explained why it was important for them to be a part of the parade.

Report: Tunisia victim remembered through football fund

The family of a nineteen year old from Wednesbury who was killed in last year's Tunisia attack say they hope a fund established in his name will keep his memory alive. Joel Richards was the inspiration for the fund to help young football referees and coaches, which launches tomorrow. Melissa Wright reports.

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