The Manchester United coach was enraged by Chelsea assistant coach Marco Ianni celebrating in front of him.
Manchester United coach Jose Mourinho was involved in ugly scenes right at the end of Saturday's 2-2 draw against Chelsea at Stamford Bridge. Sarri’s side equalised right at the end of six minutes of time added on, and Chelsea assistant coach Marco Ianni wildly celebrated the goal right in front of Mourinho, who was unable to contain himself, leaping to his feet and pursuing his taunter.
Mourinho appeared to grab the member of the Chelsea staff just inside the tunnel, before the pair were surrounded by other members of staff and stewards who managed to separate them, and send a clearly still enraged Mourinho back to his seat. The players then replicated the scuffle with a heated debate in the centre circle before the match restarted for the final 20 seconds or so.
At the final whistle Mourinho repeatedly held up three fingers to the Chelsea fans to remind them of this three Premier League titles at the club.
Mourinho "not annoyed"
Mourinho spoke to Sky Sports after the match and said that both Ianni and Sarri had apologised for the incident and insisted he had no hard feelings. "No, I'm not annoyed with anything", said the Manchester United coach.