The Foxes beat Warnocks Cardiff City 1-0 in their first match since the death of Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha
2:09 Cardiff boss Neil Warnock says he couldn't fault his side's effort after a 'surreal' week Cardiff boss Neil Warnock says he couldnt fault his sides effort after a surreal week Neil Warnock said he could not fault Cardiffs effort as they lost 1-0 at home against Leicester following a “surreal” week.
The match was Leicesters first since the death of club owner Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha and four other people in a helicopter crash last weekend.
There were tributes ahead of the match and Cardiff supporters passed a Thai flag with crests of both clubs into the away end.
Cardiff did not create much during the match and Demarai Grays 55th-minute goal for the Foxes proved to be the difference.
“Im disappointed with the result as I thought the lads gave everything. I thought we started well but one or two decisions didnt go our way. Just before the goal I thought there was a foul on (Josh) Murphy and he has been giving fouls like that all afternoon. The lads gave everything, its just that bit of quality in the final third.