Manchester United head coach JOSE MOURINHO was furious after his side conceded a late equaliser at Stamford Bridge – but what really transpired?
Chelsea midfielder Ross Barkley scored a 95th minute equalizing goal to stun Jose Mourinho and Manchester United at the Bridge.
However, the Portuguese tactician was left raging moments after the equalizing goal due to Chelsea’s backroom staff Marco Ianni celebrating in front of the Manchester United bench.
The former Chelsea, Real Madrid and Inter Milan boss shot out of his seat and ran after the Chelsea coach down the Stamford Bridge tunnel before a big argument erupted between the home and away benches.
Stamford Bridge Stewards had to step in to separate the two parties, with Manchester United and Chelsea players getting themselves involved.
Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri’s second assistant Marco Ianni ran past United boss Jose Mourinho, celebrating the Blues’ late goal.
The Chelsea coach then rubbed it in once again as he returned to the Chelsea bench, much to the annoyance of Jose Mourinho.
When asked after the pulsating encounter about the off-pitch incident, the tactician revealed he’s accepted Marco Ianni’s apology, adding Mauricia Sarri handled the crisis pretty well.
After the match, the Special one was seen holding three fingers up and pointing it at the Chelsea crowd.
Mourinho didn’t get a nice reception from the Chelsea faithful – and the Portuguese wanted to remind them of his Chelsea success.
He held up three fingers to show the three English Premier League titles he won at the ground.