The Championship side, who took out Arsenal in the past round, by and by went into the game as longshots.
In any case, they blew away the Foxes in a throbbing 10-minute spell in the primary half.
Two objectives in a moment, coming from Philip Zinckernagel and Brennan Johnson, gave Forest a two-objective lead following 23 minutes played.
They scored again 10 minutes some other time when Joe Worrall headed home. As Forest’s players were commending the objective, they were assaulted by a Leicester City ‘fan’.
The person in the away end figured out how to get on the pitch and mysteriously tossed a few punches at Forest’s players.
Safety officers advanced on to the pitch and, luckily, had the option to stop the person before any harm was finished.
The individual was tossed to the ground and afterward taken from the field.
The second was caught on fan film and you can see it from two points beneath…
The ally included ought to be embarrassed about themselves. He has been captured and is currently in police care, Mark Chapman uncovered during inclusion of the game on BBC.
Nottingham Forest proceeded to dominate the match 4-1.
Kelechi Iheanacho pulled one back for Leicester not long before half-time.
In any case, Djed Spence’s objective 16 minutes after half-time restored the Championship outfit’s three-objective lead and they clutched dump the FA Cup holders out of the opposition.
Nottingham Forest’s award will be a home tie against individual Championship side, Huddersfield Town, in the fifth round.