'But in the top team, you have to look to Chiellini and Bonucci and I think they are this kind of team. "So when he came after the game to make his apologies, I accepted his apologies". I immediately told him "if you really feel that way and you want to apologise, of course I accept apologies and forget it because I also made lots of mistakes in my career, so I'm not going to kill because of one". "I have a contract and until the final days of my contract, I only think about Manchester United".
Mourinho has attempted to draw a line under the unsavoury scenes and urged Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri not to sack Ianni, despite calls from Former United midfielder Phil Neville due to his unsporting conduct.
Blues supporters also directed chants towards Mourinho, who replied by gesturing three fingers, reminding them about the three Premier League titles he won as Chelsea manager.
"We were the best team on the pitch".
"They have talent everywhere, all over the pitch, so it was a hard match for us". "We could win but at the end one point is enough".
"I am always smiling, I am happy man, I'm blessed that I play in a fantastic club, I have a fantastic family, I have four kids, I am healthy", added Ronaldo.
"Chelsea coach Marco Ianni has been charged following the game against Manchester United on Saturday", said an FA statement.
Sarri has come in and transformed Chelsea, who are undefeated in 12 games in all competition, and the switch in formation to 4-3-3 has seen Moses lose his place, with the club's good form hindering opportunities for reserve players.
"Our attacking players were not with, I say it in a amusing way, "honey in their feet", but everyone tried and everyone was strong to try to the end". I prefer to play our football for 90 minutes. "I have no complaints with my boys, a positive feeling to the effort, and on Sunday we have another match".
"I am disappointed with the last 30 minutes", he said. Only the long ball; we are not organised to go for the second ball.