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Maurizio Sarri unsure if coach will be punished for provoking Mourinho

The Portuguese manager reacted angrily to the celebrations of one of Chelsea's coaching staff after a last-gasp equaliser from Ross Barkley made it 2-2.

That's when the commotion began as Maurizio Sarri's second assistant second assistant coach Marco Ianni celebrated in front of Mourinho, which sparked a heated bust-up on the sidelines.

Mourinho had to be restrained by stewards before Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri managed to reconcile the Manchester United manager.

Asked whether there could be a club punishment for Ianni, the Chelsea manager said: "I don't know at the moment, I want to speak to him after the game".

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On the experience of what he described as "manhunting" following the Newcastle match, Mourinho said, via the Telegraph: "No, I am not happy, honestly".

"It happened with me and Antonio [Conte] and this season it is still the beginning of course but he is the best player of the Premier League until now".

Martial's equaliser against Chelsea turned the game around following a poor first half from United.

"We have a player-coach relationship and I hope that we will continue like that and bring Manchester United as much as possible". "I have dealt with the situation immediately", the Italian said. United have just kept one clean sheet and have conceded a whopping 16 goals in the opening nine Premier League games this season.

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The Chelsea boss has, however, spoken to the member of his staff who was involved, while Mourinho insisted there was no bad feeling after receiving an apology from both Sarri and Ianni.

"That is what we have to do, go into the game and look to start on more of a front foot, especially at home". "However, we worked hard and this sort of match enabled us to show that we are a good team".

All of the players listed above have had their issues with Mourinho, but they were suddenly delivering against a big team, and while Mourinho still has to win over many of his stars, this performance suggested that it may finally be coming together.

Barkley was not included in the 23-man squad that traveled to Russian Federation last summer due to the lack of minutes he played for his club and Southgate selected Dele Alli and Jesse Lingard in creative midfield roles instead. "I want to play with short passes, stop".

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