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Serious trouble in Madrid as Police allegedly attack Leicester City fans

Serious trouble in Madrid as Police allegedly attack Leicester City fans

- Leicester City fans have been reportedly attacked in Madrid by cops

- The fans were said to be cursing disturbances in the Spanish capital

- Leicester will face Atletico Madrid in the Champions League quarter final tie

There was serious tension on Tuesday night (April 11, 2017) as fans of Premier League club Leicester City were said to have been attacked by police officials in Madrid.

NAIJ.com can report that Leicester City who are the current English champions will face Spanish giants Atletico Madrid on Wednesday, April 12 in the first leg of their Champions League quarter final encounter.

According to the report, a group of Leicester City fans clashed with the police after they were engaging in drunken antics.

Serious trouble in Madrid as Police allegedly attacked Leicester City fans

Leicester City fans in Madrid

But no one is believed to have been injured in the incident and it is unclear if any further action has taken place.

Meanwhile, Leicester City are the only Premier League club left in the 2017 UEFA Champions League after beating Sevilla in the last 16 stage.

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