Thiago Silva did not forget what Daniel Amartey did after the FA Cup final on Saturday.
Chelsea got revenge for their defeat to Leicester in the Wembley showdown by claiming a huge 2-1 victory on Tuesday night, which puts the Blues in control of the race for Champions League qualification.
There is certainly no love lost between the two sides and tensions boiled over towards the end of the match.
A hard challenge from Leicester’s Ricardo Pereira on former teammate Ben Chilwell provoked a reaction from both sets of players and the two benches, led first by Chelsea’s Antonio Rudiger.
It was very much a case of fisticuffs and everything started to cool down, until Blues defender Silva spotted Foxes substitute Amartey.
Leicester were forced to apologise after Amartey was filmed throwing a Chelsea pennant to the floor during post-match celebrations in the Wembley dressing room on Saturday.
And Silva, not usually one to lose his cool, was visibly furious when he saw Amartey, screaming at him and pointing angrily in the Ghanaian’s face.
In the end, Amartey was the only player to come out of the fracas with a booking, despite not playing any part in the match itself.
Speaking about whether the Amartey incident affected the Chelsea players’ attitude, Blues boss Thomas Tuchel said: “I did not talk about it.
“I know there was an incident but I didn’t talk about it before the match or in any meetings.
“I don’t do this but I think the players were well aware.”