Jose Mourinho in scuffle on return to Stamford Bridge

Virginia Santiago
October 22, 2018

The Red Devils manager Jose Mourinho does have a tendency of finding himself in the bad books of quite a few players and at Manchester United, there are plenty of reports that are stating that he has lost more than half of his players in the dressing room.

The incident was also skillfully handled by Chelsea's boss Maurizio Sarri, who talked to Mourinho and made Ianni apologize.

Marco Ianni had pumped his fists in front of the United bench before there was a confrontation in the tunnel.

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David Luiz says Chelsea were the only team attempting to play during the first half of their Premier League draw with Manchester United. "What I did here today I will do in Madrid, in Milan, in Porto, the reaction from the fans is not up to me".

'Mourinho here has won and so I think that we need to respect him and to respect everybody who has won a trophy for the club, ' the Italian said. "But then the young fellow come and he also apologise, and I told him I accept, I did mistakes, especially when I was your age, and try to improve". "So I have to study this match very well because we can learn a lot".

Antonio Rudiger's first-half goal had been an emblem of the domination as Paul Pogba left the Germany worldwide unchallenged to head home from an easy chance as his side were cruising.

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After the full-time whistle, Mourinho held up three fingers to the Chelsea fans in reference to the three Premier League titles he delivered for the Blues in two spells in charge.

Despite his momentary loss of control, Mourinho insisted he had accepted an apology from Ianni after his extravagant celebrations, as he trued to take the sting out of the spat. "After the match I spoke with Jose and immediately I understood we were wrong". So of course, I have to speak [to him]. We have to realise we had fantastic spirit to try and score the second goal and we did that in the end.

Chaos ensued - and it was already pretty chaotic with Barkley scoring so late - but while the United manager was largely blameless, only reacting to provocation, it is perhaps valid to ask whether Ianni would have celebrated so wildly had the likes of Jurgen Klopp or Pep Guardiola been in the opposition dugout rather than Mourinho.

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Sarri was disappointed with how his team struggled to cope with the visitors' more direct approach in the second half, though he will watch the game back before making a more detailed assessment of Chelsea's performance. But we were there, we were in the game. They have to play my football with character.

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