Leicester City players pose for a photo during a visit to Yangon’s landmark Shwedagon pagoda.
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Myanmar football fans flocked Sunday to see newly crowned English Premier League champions Leicester City as they made a whirlwind visit to Yangon and took in the city's stunning Shwedagon Pagoda.The Foxes, who have spent a week soaking up the adulation of a growing Thai fanbase, were greeted with a cascade of selfies at Yangon airport before they were whisked away for a brief tour of the Shwedagon, which contains relics from the Buddha."All football fans like Leicester because they tried very hard and gave the best they had," Chan Myae Ko Ko Lwin, who is organizing a fans' welcoming party, told AFP.Supporters, some wearing football strips, swarmed around members of the team, taking selfies with the players as they walked around Shwedagon's towering golden spire.
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