Three hundred and sixty-five days later, Leicester's magnum opus still sounds like fiction. Relegation favorites. 5000-1 odds. Champions.
It still doesn’t add up!
But alas, it happened and we still love it. The party hasn’t stopped in Leicester either, as evidenced by the indiscriminate and eternal chanting of “Champions of England! You’ll never sing that!”
These celebrations have spilled over into the social media landscape, too, and provided us with some amazing nostalgia:
“Keep dreaming, don’t wake up.” This is the best advice ever given.
One year ago today!— BBC Leicester Sport (@BBCRLSport) May 1, 2017
Leicester City became Premier League champions
It led to memorable scenes like this in the days after... pic.twitter.com/oj7m0F8eXy
Follow the links my friends. I promise it’s worth it.
Happy Anniversary! One year ago today. https://t.co/TzQ7CurA22— NBC Sports Soccer (@NBCSportsSoccer) May 2, 2017
Every day is Eden Hazard day in my book. The little magician will be an honorary Fox until the day he dies. Or until he does something as bad to us, as what he did to Tottenham. Whichever comes first.
This is a good suggestion. I’d like to motion for UEFA to consider adopting this policy as an anniversary gift to Leicester City.
Look everybody, it’s been exactly one year since the best tweet in the history of Twitter.
Leicester City. Champions of England. pic.twitter.com/WRwfysTn2N— Leicester City (@LCFC) May 2, 2016
It’s also been a year since another important Gary Lineker related event...
Jamie Vardy said they shed some tears that night. I’m shedding tears right now while watching this.
Don’t judge me.
You see! I’m not the only one.
Word to Sam Smith .
Has it sunk in yet? No!— samual tewley (@T3WL3Y) May 2, 2017
Does it make me cry even a year on? Yes
Happy Champions Anniversary my fellow foxes #lcfc
Neither will we, Danny. Thank you for helping to make it a reality.
Frame this and put it in the Louvre. Immediately.
This thread is mandatory reading. Soak in all the nostalgia and feel free to get emotional and enter the comments section.
Happy anniversary fellow Foxes! We’re still the best story in sports.