- Thiago Silva's wife, Belle da Silva has rebuked Daniel Amartey for clashing with her husband during Chelsea's 2-1 win over Leicester City
- The Blues got their revenge against the Foxes after losing in the FA Cup final to the same opponents
- Thomas Tuchel's side need to defeat Aston Villa in the final Premier League game to ensure top four finish
Thiago Silva's wife, Isabele da Silva, has hit back at Leicester City's Daniel Amartey on social after having a touchline brawl with her husband, Sport Bible.
Things got heated when the Foxes were in search for an equalizer during injury time as Ricardo Pereira stamped his boots on Ben Chilwell.
Antonio Rudiger got involved in the scene as he pushed the Portuguese defender which angered players from both teams.
Silva was at the forefront of the scuffle as Amartey who was on the bench joined the brawl and both players exchanged words.
Belle Silva shared her thoughts on Twitter after the game.
"That's right Thiago Silva show who's boss," she tweeted alongside an image of her husband confronting the player, which was already captioned: 'We didn't forget you Amartey'.
Belle Silva who was at Stamford Bridge for the Blues penultimate fixture against the Foxes also gave live updates of the game via her Instagram handle.
Chelsea got their revenge following their painful loss in the FA Cup to Leicester as they move closer in securing Champions League football for next season.
On the other hand, Brendan Rodgers' men are on the brink of missing out in the Premier League top four for the second straight season.
The Foxes will be at the King Power stadium to face Tottenham in their last league outing of the season while Liverpool will play Burnley and Crystal Palace.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng also reported that Thomas Tuchel has admitted his wholesale changes in Chelsea's squad cost them their defeat to Leicester City in the FA Cup final last weekend, Daily Star.
The only goal of the match was scored by Belgian midfielder Youri Tielemans as the Foxes lifted their first Cup trophy in their history.
After going back to the drawing board, Tuchel has now given reasons why they lost back-to-back matches against Arsenal and Leicester.