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Summary

  1. PL trophy presented after 3-1 win over Everton
  2. Vardy scores two but misses penalty
  3. Mirallas gets consolation goal for Everton
  4. Leicester won PL title on Monday

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By Shamoon Hafez

All times stated are UK

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Goodbye

There we have it.

Leicester City lift the trophy and are crowned Premier League champions. Party on.

Goodbye.

'Happy and proud'

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Leicester winger Riyad Mahrez speaking to Sky Sports: "It is something amazing what we have done. We are enjoying with out families and it is fantastic.

"The fans are unbelievable, everything is for them and the families. It is a dream and today is very special. It is amazing.

"It's unbelievable. To be champions with our team I'm very happy and proud."

'Someone must have put a spell on me'

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Leicester striker Jamie Vardy, speaking to Sky Sports, calm worries over a possible hamstring injury: "It was just a bit of cramp - it completely seized up. A bit of TLC needed.

"It would've been a lot better if I didn't put a ball over [from the penalty]. It is an unbelievable feeling for everyone involved. I cant describe it - it is mental. 

"I think someone must have put a spell on me to make it happen. Everyone works hard for each other. It if weren't for the lads then I wouldn't be on the goals that I have scored. 

"You don't get nowhere by not having foundations and players having the talent to get results. We are like brothers. We are always going out with each other.

"After the result (Chelsea 2-2 Tottenham on Monday) you looked on streets and the police had to shut the road as there were so many people.

"It's taken a lot of hard work and I'm proud of what I've achieved personally but without the lads I wouldn't be here so have to thank them."

Strong foundations

More from Leicester manager Claudio Ranieri: "In my career I always thought sooner or later I will win a title but at the beginning I never though here would be the place but why not? This is crazy season big teams aren’t consistent in season are we have consistency

"I believe at the top it is important to have a very good owner and I met fantastic people.  When I first came I thought this is a very good dressing room, all friends and I tried to build the Italian mentality, solid and strong. At beginning wasn’t working so well but then after was fantastic

"At the beginning it was very important to stay in Premier League for a few seasons and then move up but now we are champions.

"We know very well this is strange year and have to put it aside and be focussed on next season, the foundations are strong."

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Fantastic to be champions

Leicester manager Claudio Ranieri on Sky Sports: "It is fantastic the people have been unbelievable thank you to them, they push behind us all season.

"I was very, very, concentrated on being calm and of course I am very very happy. I think it was an amazing moment for me I am not youngest.

"To lift the trophy is something special you are champion of the Premier League that is something special for me of course because I won some cups in Spain and Italy but to be champion here is fantastic."

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Riyad Mahrez is going round the pitch giving high fives to all the Leicester players's children.

What a guy.

"We are the champions, my friends,"And we'll keep on fighting 'til the end."We are the champions."We are the champions."No time for losers"'Cause we are the champions of the world."  

Queen's 'We are the champions' belting out over the tannoy inside the King Power Stadium and players and fans are swaying from side to side.

'Dream turns to reality'

Leicester captain Wes Morgan speaking to Sky Sports: "I am emotionally drained. It was an unbelievable feeling to finally get my hands on the trophy. I had to hold back the tears, I held them back and lifted it up – it was the best feeling in the world.

"Everyone has been going on about how I was going to lift the trophy and saying don't drop it and putting some pressure on me. There is no better feeling lifting the trophy.

"Hopefully, we can crack on from here. It is a big, big season next season but I want to enjoy the moment.

"It's like a dream but now it's a reality and you just want to enjoy it.

"We have always believed. We knew on our day we were as good as all the other teams. It was about consistebncy. 

"We do everything together. There are no egos in our team."

Wes Morgan
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Conference to Premier League winner

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CHAMPION: Four years on after Conference success with @ftfc, @vardy7 lifts the @premierleague with @LCFC. #codarmy

CHAMPION: Four years on after Conference success with @ftfc, @vardy7 lifts the @premierleague with @LCFC. #codarmy

'What dream are made of'

Leicester goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel on Sky Sports: "It was a tough game knowing we would be presented with the trophy but I thought we played fantastic, it was a testament to our character.

"This is what dreams are made of, it is what you dream of as a kid. It is hard to put into words.

"You can see everywhere we go we have had a fantastic response. We have received a brilliant reception everywhere and had standing ovations at numerous Premier League grounds which is amazing."

Kasper Schmeichel lifts the trophy
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An outpouring of Leicester joy

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Phil McNulty

BBC Sport chief football writer at The King Power Stadium

There is quite a crowd scene going on out there - players, management, backroom staff, families. Wonderful stuff.

Two elderly gentlemen not far from the press box have just gone into a prolonged, emotion-filled embrace. And who can blame them? This is a day they surely never thought they would see.

Leicester City keeper Kasper Schmeichel is having his photograph taken by his father Peter, a title-winner himself with Manchester United, although he never pulled off a shock like this.

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Leicester players, staff, family and owners are now parading the trophy round the pitch.

Jamie Vardy has his little girl in his hands.

Peter Schmeichel is on grandfatherly duties, looking after Kasper's son Max. A future Premier League winner himself one day, perhaps?

Jamie Vardy
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"Here's to you Danny Drinkwater,

"Leicester loves you more than you will know,

"Woah, oh oh oh!"

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Leicester fans in floods of tears. A once in a lifetime moment.

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Like me and you, Leicester boss Claudio Ranieri still can't quite believe it.

He holds the trophy then looks at it and almost does a double take before patting it and walking away a smile on his face.

Unreal.

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Cameron: I've got goosebumps. And I'm a Spurs fan. Unreal. Well played Leicester.

Neal Collins: THE YEAR OF THE FOX

Jack Blackburn: Watching Leicester lift the trophy brought a big smile to my face. Nothing is written. Miracles happen. The world is magical.

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How

about

this?

On-loan full-back Ritchie De Laet was on the bench for Middlesbrough this afternoon as they won promotion from the Championship – now he’s collecting a Premier League winner’s medal with Leicester.

Mad one.

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He's a likeable chap, that Claudio Ranieri. He blows a kiss to the fans and is now calling the owners to get in on the team photo.

Leicester owners celebrate
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The Leicester players are bouncing, the fans cheering and manager Claudio Ranieri is holding back the tears.

What a moment.

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Robbie Savage

Ex-Leicester midfielder on 6-0-6 on BBC Radio 5 live

"I have never seen anything like it, Wes Morgan's face when he lifted the trophy, he just could not believe it."

Wes Morgan lifts the Premier League trophy
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Pat Murphy

BBC Midlands football reporter at the King Power

"The most important moment in Leicester City's 132 years, improbably, gloriously, Leicester City Premier League champions 2016."

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The trophy is passed around from player to player who each kiss the magnificent silver and gold trophy. Ticker tape overs the players and fireworks rocket to the sky.

Can you believe what we are seeing here??

Wes Morgan and Claudio Ranieri
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CHAMPAGNE MOMENT

This is it!!

Captain Wes Morgan and manager Claudio Ranieri hold aloft the trophy.

LEICESTER CITY ARE PREMIER LEAGUE CHAMPIONS.

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Here we go. All together now. Oooooohhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh............

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And the last man onto the podium to receive his medal, captain Wes Morgan.

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Robbie Savage

Ex-Leicester midfielder on 6-0-6 on BBC Radio 5 live

"I cannot believe what we are witnessing."

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Danny Simpson, Premier League winner. Unbelievable.

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An extra cheer for striker Jamie Vardy.

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Now come the players. The men who have performed admirably on the pitch all season. Suspended defender Robert Huth is fully kitted out. He said he was going to go all John Terry on us.

Each player's name is cheered as they go up to the podium to collect their medals.

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Pat Murphy

BBC Midlands football reporter at the King Power

"Claudio Ranieri, what a moment. What a fantastic achievement for him.

"The silver fox, he has barely put a foot wrong this season.

"Derided when he get the job in July, who is laughing now?"

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Last man onto the pitch is the manager, the man who made all this come together, Claudio Ranieri.

The noise from the supporters is deafening, a raucous ovation for the Italian, who spins round and points to all the fans inside the stadium.

He then makes his way across the blue carpet, being congratulated by the staff and finally the owners.

Ranieri is the first man to get his hands on a Premier League winner's medal. What a moment.

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The blue carpet has been rolled out on the pitch for Leicester.

Very clever.

Leicester City legend Alan Birchenall brings the trophy onto the pitch with a huge smile onhis face.

Leicester supporters, your moment is here.

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Pat Murphy

BBC Midlands football reporter at the King Power

"We are about to witness the most important moment in Leicester City's history."

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The Leicester staff are making their way back on the pitch, led out by the club's Thai owners.

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Leicester City, Premier League champions.

Still can't get my head round it.

And let the celebrations begin...

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Phil McNulty

BBC Sport chief football writer at The King Power Stadium

It has been one long celebration - but this is the moment Leicester City's fans have been waiting for.

The platform is being assembled and the Premier League trophy is about to be presented. 

This thunderous stadium even fell silent for a moment in anticipation but not for long. There is even a chorus of "We Are Staying Up" - so 12 months ago that song.

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Matt Elliott

Former Leicester City captain on BBC Radio Leicester

"This is happening whether you can believe it or not. It has been a crazy season and it is about to get a whole lot crazier.

"What a night it is going to be tonight."

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Party inside and outside the stadium.

Those now lucky enough to have tickets have gathered outside the King Power and are lit a blue flare.

Inside, the fans are dancing up and down claiming "they're the greatest team, the world has ever seen".

Leicester fans
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Parade on the 16th

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Leicester parade
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Thousands of people turned out to celebrate Leicester City's promotion to the Premier League in 2014

A victory parade will be held to celebrate Leicester City's Premier League success on 16 May, the BBC understands.

It is believed the route will go from the King Power Stadium to the city centre before ending at a park.

The city council has refused to officially confirm any plans but previously said Town Hall Square was not big enough.