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Youri Tielemans was preparing for the FA Cup final on Saturday when he received a text message with a clear instruction: Aim for the top corner.

When the ball landed at the Leicester midfielder's feet, 63 minutes into the 140th final, a powerful shot from 30 meters was aimed just where he had been advised.

It was a sensational way to win the FA Cup for the first time in Leicester's 137-year history, 1-0 against Champions League finalist Chelsea.

Even sweeter than the strike was Leicester being able to celebrate in front of its own fans as Wembley Stadium hosted England's biggest crowd — more than 20,000 who tested negative for the coronavirus — in 14 months.
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