It was a difficult day with emotions and one that nobody in the stadium will forget. There were so many deep-moving images, but nothing more than a glimpse of Aiyawatt's son, Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha, walking through the playground after the final beating and tearing, while the fans sang their father's name.
Leicester's staff and players, along with Claudio Ranieri, Nigel Pearson and Craig Shakespeare, three of his former leaders, followed the club joining to celebrate the enthusiasm and, in particular, to show his support to Aiyawatt, who beat them all when he walked towards the middle circle, which had the flag of Thailand.
"Always in our hearts" was a message of the day, with a sense of sadness, which sometimes exceeded, as the prizes were paid not only to Vichai, the former owner of Leicester, but also to four others who lost their lives in a helicopter back. In many respects, he felt more like a public wake, and in the given circumstances, the game itself was largely irrelevant.
He pulled the whole event to his heart. Leicester players and a number of team members visited Vichai yesterday when they traveled to Thailand on their 7th day of funeral last week, but for supporters this was an opportunity to forgive and thank the stupid 60 people who dreamed out. "English champions, you listened to us that" it echoed again and again.
March almost three hours before the start, from the jubilee market, in the city center, to the King Power Stadium, set the tone for that day. Thousands of people turned out to be Vichai's honor, including Harry Maguire, James Maddison, Andy King, Matty James and Hamza Choudhury, who were not included in the Leicester match. The rainbow that followed the rainwater, while the fans approached the ground, was another disturbing and pleasant image on a dark day.
In accordance with the dignified path, Leicester has dealt with such a tragic story in the past, and fans received casual jokes, badges and a souvenir program that was full of touch from the players and managers of the past and the present. Kasper Schmeichelove's thoughts were particularly moving, as the goalkeeper in Leicester cautioned him of the creepy picture he had been unable to avoid in the last two weeks.
"I was on the side of the playground, who ever talked to some of those who were closest to him and waved him when he left, as I almost always did in domestic games. What happened next will be with us Everything was repeated every minute, because I wanted to do something more. I stood for a long time in the police cordon at the back of the car park at night on the night of the 27th and again the next morning, and tears roll over the face. "
The stadiums were barely dry in the moments leading to kick-off. Alan Birchenall, the club's ambassador and former Leicester player, responded to this remarkable victory in the Premier League when it stood in the middle of a playground holding a microphone and a crowd hanging on each of its words. "Without him, nothing would be possible," Birchenall said. Every Vice-President Leicester welcomed.
When the beautiful video game Vichai played on gigantic screens a few moments later, you could hear traps. At the end of this clip, the stadium has again set off, two minutes for all those who lost their lives in the helicopter accident and also before the memorial Sunday. Thirty thousand Leicester supporters stood shoulder to shoulder, holding red jokes wearing this message: "Forever in our hearts". It was such a difficult moment that Burnley's fans watched it perfectly, but they could no longer respect it.
In fact, it was difficult to think about the harder round for a football game, both for Burnley and Leicester, and it was no surprise that the game ended without a goal. Leicester had his options, especially in the first half when Jamie Vardy's effort was dropped from the line by Matt Lowton, Rachid Ghezzal was thrown to the bar and Joe Hart saved his legs from the Demarai Gray legs. As for Burnley, Chris Wood in the second half has exhausted the opportunity. Not that anyone came here to talk about football.