Leicester City's Champions League adventure has come to an end after the Foxes held Atletico Madrid to a 1 - 1 draw at the King Power Stadium in the quarter final second leg.
It means Leicester lost the tie 2-1 on aggregate.
Saul Niguez puts Atletico ahead on 26 minutes, while Jamie Vardy gave the home side hope, smashing the ball into the roof of the opponent's goal on 61 minutes, but it wasn't to be.
However the fans will take plenty of pride from the performance, with the players receiving a standing ovation at full time.
Leicester City fought valiantly against Atletico Madrid on Tuesday night, but were unable to turn the tie around.Read the full story ›
Jamie Vardy gives Leicester hope by smashing the ball into the roof of the net from close range, with 29 minutes to go ...
Leicester City now face a monumental task of reaching the Champions League semi finals as they trail Atletico Madrid 0-2 on aggregate in the second leg of their quarter final tie.
Saul Niguez puts Atletico ahead on 26 minutes.
Leicester now must score three times without reply to win the tie.
Saul Niguez puts Atletico ahead at the King Power, making the tie 2-0 to the Spaniards on aggregate.
Leicester City and Atletico Madrid release their line ups ahead of kick off in tonights Champions League quarter final second leg.
Foxes captain Wes Morgan starts in defence after worries a slight knock may have kept him out of the game.
Our reporter Michael Sibert is outside the King Power Stadium as excitement builds ahead of Leicester City's Champions League quarter final second leg against Atletico Madrid ...
Leicester City manager Craig Shakespeare has reiterated that his conscience is clear, after former boss Claudio Ranieri hinted that someone at the club had betrayed him.
The Foxes are in Madrid for their Champions League quarter-final clash against former finalists Atletico Madrid tomorrow night.
At the pre-match press conference, Craig Shakespeare was asked to respond to Claudio's earlier comments on his sacking, which emerged last night when he was a pundit for Sky Sports Monday Night football.
Ahead of their Champions League game tonight, look back at Leicester City's UEFA Cup tie against Atlético Madrid in September 1997.Read the full story ›
The former Chelsea and Holland boss claims he even recommended Ranieri's assistant Craig Shakespeare as a worthy successor at Leicester.Read the full story ›