Leicester City manager Claude Puel accepts referee Lee Probert was correct to book Demarai Gray for removing his shirt to reveal a "For Khun Vichai" message in tribute to the club's deceased chairman during Saturday's 1-0 win at Cardiff City.
Leicester City produced the ideal tribute to owner Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha by sealing all three points in an emotional game at the Cardiff City Stadium, but referee Lee Probert has come under intense criticism following his decision to book Demarai Gray for his goal celebration.
The Thai businessman, who was widely beloved for his part in the club's unprecedented Premier League title winning campaign two years ago, was one of five people tragically killed in a helicopter crash outside the club's King Power Stadium on October 27.
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"It's a very hard time for his family and I'm here to show support".
"The club has been great and everybody has received the support that they needed".
Fans wore identical t-shirts in the away end, and the entire Leicester playing squad and backroom staff lined up around the centre circle for a minute's silence before kick-off.
And Schmeichel opened up about the impact seeing the crash has had on him over the last week, telling reporters: "I was on the pitch and I waved him off". It's what Vichai would have wanted and that's we are going to do.
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"That was a tough game, not just on the pitch, but mentally", Schmeichel said.
"It's been a odd week, surreal really, and I'm glad it's out of the way if I'm honest", manager Neil Warnock said.
"He brought everybody here and none of this - the memories, this family he's built, the culture he's instilled - would be here without him".
Schmeichel, who faces another emotion-packed game this Saturday when Leicester play their first home match since the tragedy against Burnley, said Vichai transcended the traditional image of a Premier League club owner.
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"It didn't matter who you were, he would always make sure he made the time for you and as the pictures show, he was always smiling and those will be the things that we'll never forget and will always be ingrained in your mind. Whether it be player, staff, stadium staff, security - whatever it may be - everyone is equal and part of the family".