Anthony Martial opens about about his relationship with manager Jose Mourinho

Anthony Martial opens about about his relationship with manager Jose Mourinho

Anthony Martial opens about about his relationship with manager Jose Mourinho

Ross Barkley's injury-time goal salvaged a point for Chelsea, protecting their unbeaten record under Maurizio Sarri.

Like in the come-from-behind 3-2 win over against Newcastle before the worldwide break, it needed going behind to really spark United into action.

"I am not annoyed with anything". But I also made mistakes in football matches and I will make more so when after the game he [Ianni] came to me to apologise, I accepted his apologies and nothing more to say. Forget it because I also make mistakes in my career.

"He was very impolite but Sarri took care of the situation".

Mourinho was a little more critical of the Chelsea fans, who again chanted abuse at him on his return to a club where he won three Premier League titles.

Consistency has been Lukaku's big problem for United this season, and he showed just why he can be so frustrating during this game.

The centre-back, who has started all nine Premier League games this season after falling out of favour under Antonio Conte, hailed Chelsea's character in claiming a draw.

Whether he enjoys it or not, Mourinho is the guy who is always portrayed as the villain of the piece, but there was so much more to this game than the incident with Ianni and his reaction to the fans who once idolised him.

It remains to be seen whether the FA will take action against either Mourinho or Ianni for the touchline scuffle. "I have spoken to a member of my staff and have dealt with this immediately". "I will speak to him again tomorrow".

Former Tottenham Hotspur star, Jamie Redknapp, has urged Manchester United manager, Jose Mourinho to stop midfielder, Paul Pogba from marking opponents during set-pieces. Now the United manager is reportedly working to convince the board to bring in a starting central defender to ease the club's defensive issues.

"I hope every referee does the same as Mike Dean and gives six minutes, I don't know where they came from".

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

Man United looked out of it for the first half, and a Rudiger looked like it could put them out of it.

United's first-half performance was so poor that they could not have complained had they gone in two or three goals down. In the second, they showed the sort of team they could be.

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