The game started brightly for the Leicester fans, as Chelsea started the FUT Coins first 30 minutes on the front foot at Stamford Bridge, but Spurs went 1-0 up through Harry Kane (pictured celebrating) in the 35th minute, when he rounded Asmir Begovic and slotted homeSpeaking before kick-off, Mick Miller, 65, said: 'I reckon Leicester can do it. It will be 2-1.
It's been an amazing season, nothing like this will happen again in my lifetime.'One brave fan is Josh Clark, nine, who came to the pub wearing a Manchester United shirt and said he thinks the game will be a draw.His father Kevin Clark, 48, said: 'He wanted to show his support and I don't think we'll get any trouble because he's only little.
I'd love to see Leicester do it.'Victory would have ensured the unfancied side triumph in the top flight of English football for the first time since they came into existence in 1884. One fan will win £45,000 from just a £2 bet on the Foxes winning the Premier League and Bayern Munich the Champions League. Others have already taken the decision to cash out - with two taking three-figure cash sums. Another three stand to win over £100,000.Success on the pitch has brought a party atmosphere to the city of Leicester.
New parents Lindsay and Jake Hill have named their baby Daniel George Claudio Hill, as a tribute to team boss Claudio Ranieri.Leicester scarves have been draped on statues in the city, and a chip shop is selling battered sausages dyed a Foxes blue. The team's odds on Cheap FIFA Coins winning the title had been slashed to 1-20.