The first funeral ceremony for Vichai was held in Thailand on Saturday. A vehicle carrying the body of of Leicester City owner Thai businessman Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha arrives at Wat Thep Sirin Temple ahead of his funeral in Bangkok, Thailand November 2, 2018.
Some Leicester players huddled behind a banner that depicted the chairman holding the Premier League trophy with "Thank you, Vichai" written on it, while Marc Albrighton waved a picture of the chairman that said "Walk for Vichai", and James Maddison had "R.I.P".
A week on from Leicester City's darkest day, Claude Puel's side took to the pitch against Cardiff amid emotional scenes.
The body will be kept for a further 100 days and his cremation will take place at a date in the future.
The Dane said Vichai had had a huge influence on the whole squad.
The incident occurred when his helicopter crashed outside the King Power Stadium in the English city of Leicester after an English Premier League match.
The Air Accidents Investigation Branch (AAIB) said it had been able to retrieve information from the helicopter's black box even though it had been subjected to "intense heat" in the fire.
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Others who died when the helicopter came down in a vehicle park seconds after taking off from the pitch, were two of his staff members, Nusara Suknamai and Kaveporn Punpare, pilot Eric Swaffer and his partner Izabela Roza Lechowicz. This is about a show of character by the players, demonstrating all the qualities that Vichai wanted from the team that his largesse funded: being hungry, working hard, entertaining and showing respect for the shirt and fans.
Players, fans and staff paid tribute to the man who helped mastermind the club's unprecedented Premier League title winning campaign two years ago, ahead of Saturday's match against Cardiff with a series of touching tributes, while a minute's silence was impeccably observed.
Following the win, Vichai gifted each of the 19 players a BMWi8 vehicle.
According to Forbes magazine, Vichai was the fifth-richest person in Thailand with an estimated net worth of $4.9bn.
Royal water was poured on flowers by the Thai Deputy Prime Minister, close to the coffin.
After the win, Leicester are set to fly to Bangkok to attend Srivaddhanaprabha's funeral following the match.