Leicester City hit with Football Association charge for failing to control players during Premier League clash at Huddersfield

Leicester have been charged by the Football Association for their animated behaviour during their Premier League game against Huddersfield on Saturday.

English football’s governing body have charged the club with failing to ensure their players conducted themselves in an orderly fashion after Huddersfield were given a penalty in the 51st minute.

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The Leicester players were incensed to see Huddersfield awarded a penalty

Foxes players surrounded referee David Coote after Caglar Soyuncu was adjudged to have fouled Karlan Ahearne-Grant.

Aaron Mooy converted the spot-kick but Leicester were already two up at the time and went on to win the match 4-1, with Jamie Vardy bagging a brace.

The Foxes, who have won four of their opening five matches under new manager Brendan Rodgers, have until Friday to respond.

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Huddersfield’s penalty didn’t prevent Leicester from grabbing the three points

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