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Leicester celebrate Premier League title

Hundreds of thousands of fans lined the streets as Leicester celebrated their Premier League title success.

The Foxes paraded the trophy around the city centre on an open-top bus parade which was attended by an estimated quarter of a million people.

The team started at Jubilee Square in the city centre before making their way to Victoria Park, where the team greeted the supporters with a special event on stage.

Leicester fans gathered to listen to the thoughts of the likes of Jamie Vardy, Wes Morgan and Claudio Ranieri.

England forward Vardy said on Sky Sports News: "Look at it - it is carnage.

"I heard a little rumour this morning that we're expecting 250,000 people. Look what it means to them all. All the shops are shut, everyone's hanging out their windows, people are stood on the roofs.

"It's brilliant, what a day.

"It's been an unbelievable achievement. I'll wait until it does sink in and then I think I'll have a few days to myself."

The Foxes, ranked as 5,000-1 outsiders at the start of the season, secured the first title in the club's 132-year history at the end of a quite remarkable campaign, finishing 10 points ahead of Arsenal.

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