24 October, 2018
Mourinho sought to dispel any notion that the ugly scenes at Chelsea were his fault, saying he had been the victim of rudeness on the part of Chelsea technical assistant Marco Ianni and fans. David Luiz, however, slammed Manchester United's tactics and said that they didn't play.
Phil Neville, the former United player, has called for Ianni to be sacked over the incident but Mourinho, acknowledging that he had made mistakes down the years, insisted that was entirely unnecessary.
Jose Mourinho lost his temper after a last-second equalizer goal and tried to get up-close and personal with the Chelsea coach celebrating the goal.
"We are talking about a coach that has won everything, everywhere, so I think you have to respect him".
"The assistant has already come to me and apologised, I told him to forget it."
The fixture between Chelsea and Manchester United on Saturday was deemed as the most exciting and potentially thrilling Premier League match to watch on paper.
"You can't tell me that the back-two pairing that the form's there, because they're not the same people there all the time". Sarri and co. will be looking to get some wins under their belt and pile more pressure on the likes of Manchester City and Liverpool.
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"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.
Sky Sports reports Chelsea regard the incident involving Ianni as falling well below the standard expected of a member of staff, but will not override whatever action Sarri deems appropriate.
The fire is back inside Jose Mourinho.
"You need to be able to see someone and say "that's my man next to me".
Just over 15 minutes later, the Frenchman scored once again in a typical fashion that saw his shot fizzed into the corner of the goal past Kepa Arrizabalaga.
"We are happy we have gone this many games without losing, but we are keeping on working hard to try and improve our team because it is just the beginning".