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:
Leicester City's Jamie Vardy celebrates scoring his side's opening goal during the Barclays Premier League match at the King Power Stadium.
Celebrations have been taking place all day in Leicester, as the city's football team prepares to lift the Premier League Trophy.
Captain Wes Morgan will be presented with the trophy at the end of today's game with Everton which has just got underway, but the party started much earlier.
Rajiv Popat reports from the King Power Stadium:
Kasabian guitarist and Leicester City fan Sergio Pizzorno tells Stacey Foster how the Foxes fairytale title win has changed the city forever:
Excitement has started building ahead of the official presentation of the Premier League trophy to Leicester City football team later today.
Italian fans who have arrived to support the team have already been caught on camera singing and dancing outside the team's King Power stadium.
None of them have tickets to the game, but organisers say they just want to be present to soak up (and create) the atmosphere.Read the full story ›
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