Leicester manager Craig Shakespeare says they can get the result they need tonight against Sevilla in their round of 16 second leg Champions League clash at the Kingpower stadium.
But it was Kante being picked up by the television cameras after the match that everyone was loving, as he gestured towards his old friends to congratulate them on their victory.
"We're definitely still in it, we'll look forward to the next leg and hopefully we can get through".
Asked if it is the greatest night in the club's history, captan Morgan added: "It must be". But Sevilla's task was made all the more hard with a quarter-hour left on the clock, when Samir Nasri squared up to Jamie Vardy with the ball still in play. They shouldn't be too hasty, however, because there have been extenuating circumstances in Sevilla's last two performances - as poor as they were - and it's unlikely they are ready to let their season fizzle out.
But it was to be in vain, as goals from Wes Morgan and Marc Albrighton sealed the Foxes' place in the next round of the competition. While his father Peter Schmeichel, a Champions League-winning keeper with Manchester United, watched on from the stands, Kasper stopped the penalty dead in its tracks, securing the win.
Then came the flashpoint involving Nasri and Vardy as the two players squared up to one another, forehead to forehead.
The referee was at the centre of attention again just minutes later, awarding Sevilla a penalty after Schmeichel brought Vitolo to the ground in the area.
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Leicester will be without Nampalys Mendy due to a knee injury.
Nasri getting sent off and an absolutely unbelievable penalty save from Kasper Schmeichel were the final nails in the coffin for Sevilla.
Sevilla, Europa League winners in each of the past three seasons, played the final 15 minutes a man light after Samir Nasri was shown a second yellow card for an altercation with Vardy but the visitors only needed one goal to force extra time.
Sevilla coach Jorge Sampaoli was upset by Leicester City's decision to sack manager Claudio Ranieri following the first Champions League encounter between the teams, he said on Monday.
Shakespeare has been appointed as Leicester City's manager for the rest of the season.
The Foxes were one of only four teams to win all three of their 2016/17 Champions League home group games (Atlético Madrid, Bayern Munich & Barcelona).