Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho was involved in a touchline skirmish after his team conceded a goal in the sixth minute of injury time to draw 2-2 at former club Chelsea in the Premier League on Saturday.
Mourinho reacted furiously, chasing Ianni done the tunnel and ultimately had to be retrained by stewards.
"But I don't think Chelsea will sell him to Man United so it's not a problem because Chelsea is led by intelligent and experienced people in football".
"What I did here today I will do in Madrid, in Milan, in Porto, the reaction from the fans is not up to me".
"No, I'm not annoyed with anything", he said. "And after that, his assistant comes to me in Sarri's office and apologizes to me".
"I want the ball and you can only recover the ball if your opponent loses it or if you provoke a mistake in your opponent".
It all took place after Barkley made it 2-2 in the 96th minute to earn the draw.
Alvaro Morata netted the victor in the Blues' 1-0 win against Manchester United in their most recent Premier League meeting at Stamford Bridge. "We're looking for area, and our workforce has a variety of good and self-assured gamers", the midfielder was quoted by the press service of the membership.
Mourinho, who lived up to his promise not to celebrate unduly if United scored, said: "No, I don't think I got that respect back but that's not my responsibility".
"We were in the game, we controlled their triggers, (Eden) Hazard and Jorginho was well controlled".
"Maybe the most interesting thing for me, apart from how United will try to stop Jorginho controlling the game and Eden Hazard causing them mayhem obviously, is how Maurizio will adapt to make sure these two players are still pivotal". "We always tried to play, there was no time-wasting".
The visitors are desperately in need of a win this weekend as they already trail Premier League leaders Manchester City, Chelsea and Liverpool by seven points after just eight games.
Chelsea goalscorer Barkley hailed his team's never-say-die attitude.
He joined Manchester United from the Gunners in a swap deal involving Armenian playmaker Henrikh Mkhitaryan who moved to Arsenal in return. But the blatantly flawed man-marking scheme - one that saw United concede 10 set-piece goals past year, and now three in nine games this season - bore just as much fault.
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