Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri has demanded that Blues supporters show respect to former boss Jose Mourinho following last weekends heated Premier league fixture at Stamford Bridge.
Ross Barkley rescued Chelsea from defeat with a 90+6 minute attempt, and the go generated a touchline bust up.
Chelsea assistant coach Marco Ianni celebrated in-front of Jose Mourinho and his crew, and this angered the Portuguese tactician.
Blues faithful’s also directed chants towards, but the Portuguese replied by gesturing three fingers to remind them of his successful three trophies when he was in charge.
In his response to the incident after the game, Sarri said: “Mourinho here has won and so I think that we need to respect him and to respect everybody who has won a trophy for the club.”
On the touchline incident with Mourinho and Ianni, Sarri added: “I didn’t see anything on the pitch.
“But after the match, I’ve spoken with Jose and Jose explained what’s happened so immediately I understand that we were on the wrong way of this situation and so I’ve spoken with Jose, spoken with the young member of the staff [Ianni] and we have dealt immediately with the situation.
“I’ve brought the member of staff to Jose to say sorry. I think it’s finished but I want to be sure. We were wrong, we made a mistake.”