Maurizio Sarri apologised to Manchester United and admitted Chelsea were in the wrong after one of his coaches sparked a furious touchline row with José Mourinho.
ManU coach Jose Mourinho and Chelsea's manager Maurizio Sarri, right, shake hands after the 2-2 draw in their English Premier League soccer match between Chelsea and Manchester United. We had a great month, we had good results, I scored a lot of goals, that is why I won but now I just need to keep going like this, scoring goals, trying to win games and at the end, try to win trophies. Sarri was the first one to come to me and say he would resolve the problem internally.
When Sky Sports asked Mourinho about what happened, he said had told Ianni to "forget it".
"Not celebrations, bad education", the Portuguese said. They carried more menace in the second half, but their inability to deal with the first ball, second ball or even third ball was grotesque when it mattered most.
"They have to play my football, with character".
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Liverpool ground out a 1-0 win at Huddersfield as Mohamed Salah's goal took them back up to second place in the Premier League table. "I am 100 percent Manchester United [on Saturday], no more space than respect for the stadium and the fans".
It was a bitter blow for under-pressure United boss Jose Mourinho, returning to his former club after a poor start to the season and he lost his cool in emotional scenes in the final seconds. But the Chelsea manager did not know the precise nature of Ianni's actions until he spoke to Mourinho after the game. I understood that we were in the wrong side of the situation.
When the dust settles, though, there is much United and Mourinho can take from this second half - just not a crucial three points.
The England worldwide was unleashed with 20 minutes to play and was tasked with earning the Blues all three points.
But after the interval, he was transformed, playing a key part in the build-up to Martial's goal when his link-play with Paul Pogba in the early stages of the move saw him touch the ball more times than he did in the whole first half.