Class act Kante cheers on old team-mates at King Power Stadium as Leicester book European quarter-final place
He might not play for the club anymore but N'golo Kante obviously still has a soft spot for Leicester judging by how he spent his Tuesday night.
The French midfielder, who won Man of the Match in Chelsea's FA Cup quarter-final win against Man United last night, was at the King Power stadium to cheer on his old team-mates as they beat Sevilla 2-0 to qualify for the Champions League last eight.
Kante was an integral part of the Leicester team that shocked the world to win the Premier League title last season, and it was heartwarming to see the midfielder back at his old stadium to support his friends as they made history.
BT Sport captured his reaction after the final whistle, although former Leicester boss and current Ireland manager Martin O'Neill wasn't blown away by his presence, jokingly calling him 'Judas'.
Martin O'Neill calls Kante a Judas live on air pic.twitter.com/yQ7IUuPhWO— ZAG-KAG (@1811MAG) March 14, 2017