A cocky moped-riding Roma fan was hit with a dose of karma as he crashed his vehicle seconds after taunting Leicester supporters.

Foxes fans descended on the Eternal City in their thousands on Thursday for the second leg of their Europa Conference League semi-final tie with the Italian giants.




A group of Leicester supporters travelling to Stadio Olimpico by bus ended up being taunted by a passionate Roma supporter as he rode his scooter.

But he made the mistake of taking his eye off the road, which led to crashing straight into a parked car.

Foxes fans revelled in the hilarious incident, laughing and slapping the bus windows as the man – and another unfortunate moped driver – lay on the road.

Footy fans took to Twitter in their droves to react to the hilarious chain of events, with one saying: "Karma is a b****."

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Another said: "Karma at its finest

And another said: "Best thing I’ve seen all year – muppet."

One remarked: "He's had a 'mare."

Another chimed in: "Sometimes the gods just cannot resist getting involved."

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Leicester's European campaign ended in heartache thanks to former Chelsea striker Tammy Abraham.

A bullet header from the England international saw Jose Mourinho's troops run out 1-0 winners on the night and win the tie 2-1 on aggregate.

Foxes chief Brendan Rodgers felt a number of decisions went against his side, saying: “I was very disappointed.

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"I’m not sure if the game was too quick, or if maybe it was the atmosphere, but it felt like virtually every decision went against us.”

Leicester will be back in action on Sunday afternoon, welcoming relegation battlers Everton to the King Power Stadium.

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