Mourinho infuriated as Chelsea salvage unbeaten record

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Media 'manhunt' is getting me down, admits Jose Mourinho

Chelsea are furious with the assistant team coach for rubbing Ross Barkley's late equaliser in Jose Mourinho's face at Stamford Bridge, provoking the United boss into attempting to confront him in the tunnel.

However, the major talking point of the game was Mourinho's furious reaction to Chelsea assistant coach Ianni, who appeared to cross the line while celebrating Barkley's equaliser.

Ianni run across the touchline to celebrate in front of Mourinho and the United bench, sparking chaotic scenes.

Mourinho accepted Ianni's apology after the game while current Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri vowed to deal with the matter in house.

When asked whether Mourinho, who won three Premier League titles with Chelsea, is being shown enough respect at present, Sarri said: "I think, no, at the moment".

That may be interpreted as implied criticism of Mourinho, but Sarri was not about to emulate his predecessor, Antonio Conte, in igniting a public feud with the former Porto, Chelsea, Inter Milan and Real Madrid boss.

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"I am not annoyed with anything".

"I am very happy with the performance of the team for 60 minutes, for 60 minutes we played our football". I told him to forget it. Of course I want to speak to him again because I want to make sure he's able to understand it was a big mistake.

After falling a goal behind at Stamford Bridge, Anthony Martial's second-half brace looked to have handed Mourinho a crucial victory at his old stomping ground.

"Sincerely, I did not see what happened at the end of the match", he told Sky Sports.

With Eden Hazard in sparkling form with seven goals in eight league starts, United are expected to try to stop Chelsea from playing.

"We made a mistake, we were in the wrong in the situation".

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For Mourinho, the frustration has been building with the team's poor start to the season, and he also has to react better. "I don't know where they came from". "We defend mixed, so some players are in zones and some have individual opponents".

Liverpool and Manchester City have tons of threats all over their pitch and the same criticism of Sarri's Napoli about a lack of killer instinct will likely undo them in the Premier League this season.

"I am disappointed with the last 30 minutes", he told the BBC.

Barkley's goal denied them the win, though, and led to the scenes at the end of the game that will nearly certainly prompt an investigation by the Football Association.

Match of the Day pundit Alan Shearer outlined the key differences between United's first and second half performances. "For you a match is 90 minutes, for me it's around four hours". "That (style) is what I want".

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