Jose Mourinho Pulled Away From Melee Following Late Chelsea Equaliser

Calvin Saunders
October 21, 2018

Jose Mourinho lost his temper over the behavior of Chelsea's assistant coach Marco Ianni, who celebrated the last-second goal, punching the air just before the Man Utd boss.

The coach jumped from his seat and was held back by those around, as he attempted to sort things out with Ianni.

"It was a good game from Huddersfield and not so good game from us", Klopp told BT Sport. What happened was with Sarri's assistant, Sarri was the first one to come to me and say he will resolve it.

"I didn't see anything on the pitch but after the match I spoke with José and immediately understood that we are wrong", Sarri said. I mean, I prefer not to speak...

Following the game he said: "My confidence has grown but our target was to win the game so it is disappointing".

'We were the best team, even in the first half when we were losing.

Chelsea dominated the ball from there, claiming 60 per cent of it in the first half, and could have been two up just after the break had Alvaro Morata made better connection with his low effort from just inside the box.

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United, who host Juventus in the Champions League on Tuesday, showed enough promise to suggest that Mourinho still has the support of his players after weeks of speculation about his future at Old Trafford. "But I also made mistakes in football matches and I will make more, so after the game when he came to offer his apologies, I accept", added Mourinho.

Mourinho, who won three titles with Chelsea, has been touted as the next Premier League managerial sacking after his side's indifferent start to the season.

Jose Mourinho is working to convince Manchester United's board to fund the recruitment of a starting central defender in the winter transfer window. A few minutes passed before the situation calmed, and Mourinho then shook hands with Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri, explaining what had happened.

Marco Ianni followed Maurizio Sarri from Napoli to Chelsea this summer.

"At the moment City is more of a team, but player-by-player they are very, very strong. We were in the wrong on the situation". "So I think we deserve much more than this result but this is what it is". Mourinho's side attacked properly in the second half and reaped their rewards. "We always tried to play, there was no time-wasting".

'I'm disappointed with the last 30 minutes.

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