Respected by referee and opposing players – in the middle of the match, Wesley Fofana stopped to make iftar

On Monday night, Leicester City took a giant step towards qualifying for next season of the Champions League.

Brendan Rodgers’ team defeated Crystal Palacen 2-1 at King Power Stadium, meaning the Foxes are now seven points away from fifth-placed West Ham.

Kelechi Iheanacho scored the winning goal in the 80th minute after Timoty Castagne (1-1) had canceled out Wilfried Zahas’s first half goal.

For more than 90 minutes, he was able to play the young central defender Wesley Fofana, who donated a beautiful moment of the meeting.

Fofana left the field for a few minutes in order to break his fast, which is known as a very devout and devoted Muslim.

Against Palaces, the Leicester defender was able to make iftar in the 34th minute of the game, taking some fluids after a stoppage of the game by the referee as a sign of respect for him. /Telegraph/

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