Leicester City fans were seen cheering manager Claudio Ranieri's side as they watched the game at a local bar in Camogli in Italy.
Up to 1000 Italian super-fans of Leicester City manager Claudio Ranieri were in Leicester to party as the club lifted the Premier League Trophy today.
Leicester City fans were seen chanting outside the King Power stadium after captain Wes Morgan lifted the trophy for the Foxes.
The city centre was a sea of blue as thousands of fans gathered for celebrations in Leicester.
Some fans have said they still can't believe the Foxes have actually lifted the trophy.
Leicester City manager Claudio Ranieri was seen moved to tears this afternoon as world-famous tenor Andrea Bocelli revealed a Leicester shirt during surreal but touching renditions of 'Nessun Dorma' and 'Con Te Partiro'.
Ranieri stood there proudly as the songs were belted out and was smiling again soon after, with Everton not only giving them a guard of honour but allowing them to take an early lead.
Leicester City captain Wes Morgan and manager Claudio Ranieri lift the trophy at the King Power Stadium as the team celebrate winning the Premier League.
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Goal. Leicester 3-1 Everton. Kevin Mirallas weaves his way past two Foxes defenders and slots under Schmeichel on 88 minutes.
Leicester City fan and a season ticket holder for 15 years, Steve Worthy will present the winning trophy to the Foxes captain Wes Morgan after the game with Everton.
His 97-year-old grandmother, Gladys Kenny, has been a fan since 1949 and had a season ticket at Leicester till last year.
With another goal from Jamie Vardy, it's Leicester City 3-0 Everton.
The celebrations continue in Leicester as captain Wes Morgan prepares to lift the Premier League trophy after the Foxes' game against Everton.
Around a thousand Italian fans are in Leicester today who set off from Milan yesterday.
They may not have tickets, but they certainly have an appetite for a celebration. Michael Sibert has more: