Popular Nigerian artist who won N48m via bet proud of Chelsea players despite FA Cup loss to Leicester
- Peter Okoye known as Mr 'P' has congratulated Leicester City for winning the FA Cup
- The 39-year-old singer also revealed that he is proud of Chelsea stars despite the defeat
- Recalled the celebrity announced he made over N48m when Chelsea ousted Man City out of the competition in the semifinals
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Chelsea fans were left heartbroken after Youri Tielemans's 63rd-minute goal was all Leicester City needed to win the English FA Cup title at Wembley Stadium earlier this weekend.
The defeat denied Thomas Tuchel his first title in charge of the Blues in spite of the impact he has made since he took over from Frank Lampard in January.
However, some of the club supporters have shown support for the Stamford Bridge outfit over their performance in the game.
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Popular Nigerian singer and songwriter Peter Okoye takes pride in the Blues team despite their failure to lift the title.
Mr. 'P' who announced that he won over N48 million when the London club dumped Manchester City out of the competition at the semifinal stage also congratulated the Foxes for their triumph.
The former member of the defunct P-Square band said on his official Twitter handle:
“Yes, they didn’t win The FA cup. But I am so still proud of them. Congratulations to Leicester City! Up Chelsea! Proud Chelsea fan!!!”
Meanwhile, Chelsea could end the season winning the Champions League when they face off with Manchester City later this month but Tuchel's men will have to do better than they did at Wembley in the game.
Legit.ng earlier reported that Leicester City have emerged champions of the 2020/2021 English FA Cup following a 1-0 win over Chelsea on Saturday evening, May 15.
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The Foxes denied Thomas Tuchel his first title since the manager joined the Stamford Bridge outfit, and fans of the club will be disappointed.
As expected, the encounter lived up to its pre-match razzmatazz as they matched each other in almost all departments during the entire fixture.
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