Jose Mourinho and Arsene Wenger came together on the touchline, and it certainly wasn’t a friendly discussion about where to have team when the match is over.
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Following Chelsea’s 2-0 win over Arsenal at Stamford Bridge, both managers were coy on the incident, but neither was apologetic either. Mourinho referred to Arsenal as “a good team” but was steadfast in his statement that his side was better.
The Chelsea man did say he believed that Wenger needs to stay in his technical area and that was his concern during their scuffle.
Wenger conceded that his side didn’t take its chances well enough, and countered Mourinho’s thoughts about red cards. Mourinho believed Arsenal should have finished with nine men, while his counterpart fired back saying Chelsea should have finished with eight.
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There is never any love lost between these two, and it remained that way today and is sure to be the same going forward.