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Leicester City fans 'jailed in Madrid'

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There are unconfirmed reports in the Spanish media that a number of Leicester City fans have been given prison sentences following charges of violence against police officers in Madrid.

It follows disturbances prior to this week's Champions' League quarter final against Atletico Madrid.

The Spanish football website Marca said eight fans were arrested and sentences of up to four months were passed to some alleged offenders.

The Foreign and Commonwealth office said they are in contact with Spanish police following the arrests of several British nationals in Madrid and are offering consular support.

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Leicester City fans in Madrid react to result

Leicester City fans have reacted to the result of this evening's clash against Atletico Madrid.

Speaking to our Sport Correspondent Steve Clamp there was mixed feeling among the crowds after a 1-0 defeat for the Foxes in the Spanish capital.

Leicester City V Atletico Madrid

Our sports correspondent Steve Clamp has been following all of the days events including the all important game, he sent this from the Spanish capital a little earlier:

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Leicester City fans defiant following Borussia Dortmund bus bombing

Leicester City fans in Madrid have responded to last nights Borussia Dortmund team bus blast in Germany with defiance.

Speaking to ITV's Steve Clamp ahead of their club's Champions League clash with Atletico Madrid later, they said the incident would not keep them away.

Security has been stepped up in the Spanish capital after a bombing thought to be targeted at the German football team Borussia Dortmund's bus, windows shattered in three explosions at around 7.15pm as the squad left their hotel.

A suspect has been detained by police probing the Borussia Dortmund team bus blasts after two people with Islamist backgrounds became the focus of a police investigation.

Leicester to take on Madrid in Champions League

Leicester City are hoping to prolong the fairytale when they take on Atletico Madrid in the quarter finals of the Champions League tomorrow.

But Atletico have a lot to prove, having lost two finals in three years.

Our sports correspondent Steve Clamp is in the Spanish capital ahead of the game and sent us this report.

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