Leicester City fans paid tribute to ousted boss Claudio Ranieri in the clubs first match after his sacking.
Leicester managed a stunning upset as they beat Liverpool 3-1 thanks to two goals from Jamie Vardy and one from Danny Drinkwater.
However, fans were more interested in paying tribute to the sacked boss as throughout the game fans were seen holding banners paying tribute to the ‘Tinkerman’.
Ranieri led the Foxes to a miraculous Premier League title last season, however the Italian failed to rekindle the same form this season as the reigning champions face a serious relegation battle.
Leicester are currently 15th in the Premier League and have a one goal deficit against Sevilla in the Champions League last 16 round after the first-leg.
During the 65th minute of the game – King Power Stadium erupted as fans started to sing the name of the iconic manager while holding the lights on on their phones as a homage to Ranieri.
Celebrations were also helped by a Jamie Vardy inspired performance from the Foxes as they beat the mighty Reds.