- Ghana defender Daniel Amartey brought his children to the King Power Stadium as Leicester ended their season in a sensational way
- The Black Stars defender came on as a second-half substitute as Leicester City brushed aside Southampton at the King Power Stadium
- Amartey helped Leicester City finish the season in eighth place after an impressive campaign for the Ghanaian
Leicester City and Ghana defender Daniel Amartey ended the English Premier League season in an adorable way by bringing his two children to watch him play against Southampton.
The Black Stars centre-back was a second-half substitute as the Foxes thrashed Southampton 4-1 at the King Power Stadium on Sunday.
The 27-year-old made 37 appearances across all competitions for Leicester City, his most in a single campaign since moving to England.
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Leicester City finished the campaign in eighth place and missed out on a European spot despite their impressive run in continental football in the just-ended campaign.
The 2016 Premier League champions reached the last four of the Europa Conference league and were eliminated by Jose Mourinho's AS Roma.
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With Europe out of sight for Leicester City, the Foxes had to wait till the second half to open the scoring against Southampton on the final day of the season.
James Madison scored four minutes after the break before Jamie Vardy doubled the lead with 15 minutes remaining. But Southampton pulled one back through James Ward-Prowse.
Ayoze Perez netted a brace in the last ten minutes as a rampant Leicester signed off the campaign in phenomenal fashion.
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The 27-year-old defender has been in a rich vein of form lately and was in beast mode once again for the Foxes as they defeated Brentford 2-1 at the King Power Stadium.
He is expected to join his Black Stars teammates on Monday when the four-time African champions begin camping for their all-important World Cup play-offs against Nigeria.
Source: Sports Brief News