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Jose Mourinho played down an ugly touchline melee after watching his Manchester United side concede a heartbreaking late equalizer as Chelsea preserved their unbeaten Premier League record on Saturday.

The Londoners scored a last-gasp equaliser, prompting a Chelsea assistant to celebrate in front of Mourinho, who has since got an apology.

Ianni's official title is that of second assistant to Chelsea coach Maurizio Sarri, but he will now be remembered as the guy who poked a stick at Mourinho and led the Portuguese to chase him down the tunnel at the end of this game.

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"No, I am not happy, honestly", Mourinho said when asked about what he described as the "manhunting" against him in the wake of the Newcastle match.

He said: "I'm not annoyed with anything".

"And, after that, his assistant came to me in Sarri's office, and apologised to me. I have made a lot of mistakes in my career", he told Sky Sports after the game.

Having come from two goals down to beat Newcastle 3-2 before the global break, United again responded well to going behind following Antonio Rudiger's 21st-minute goal at Stamford Bridge.

Mourinho, who had won three Premier League titles while in charge at Stamford Bridge, noted that the Chelsea coach had subsequently apologized to him.

Upson: Overall a positive performance from Manchester United against Chelsea
The scuffle overshadowed what was a thrilling, nonsensical game - in the end a fair result, but not satisfying for either side. Mourinho was at the center of it all. "We defend mixed, so some players are in zones and some have individual opponents".

Chelsea took an early lead in the game but were pegged back by two second half goals by Anthony Martial.

The reaction from the fans is not up to me.

"The goals were so outstanding - beautiful, beautiful goals - and the chances we created, and it's three more points".

A scuffle then ensued as Mourinho attempted to argue with Ianni, which took a few minutes to settle down and involved over 20 players and staff. Mourinho says a lack of education was to blame, but, accepted the mistake.

Mourinho's side attacked properly in the second half and reaped their rewards.

But in the second half, he was hungry, determined and a constant threat to Chelsea because he upped his game and increased his work-rate.

But it also produced an ugly moment involving Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho before the final whistle.

Wolves entertain Watford, whose bubble has burst spectacularly after winning their first four matches of the season. The on-field dispute seemed to stem from Ander Herrera delaying kickoff by flicking the ball away, while Chelsea players wanted to get on with the game and go for all three points. But if somebody has to be the man, I'd prefer it to be myself than my players. I think we deserve much more than this result but this is what it is.

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