Manchester City and Liverpool are two points clear of Chelsea, who escaped with their unbeaten record intact, and Tottenham Hotspur, who earned a hard-fought 1-0 win at West Ham United courtesy of Erik Lamela's deft header just before halftime.
A member of Chelsea's coaching staff celebrated wildly in front of the United bench and clearly angered Mourinho, who leapt to his feet and was soon in the middle of a melee that included security staff and, before long, players from both sides. What I did here today I will do in Madrid, in Milan, in Porto.
"I'm not annoyed with anything".
"And, after that, his assistant came to me in Sarri's office, and apologised to me". So, at the moment, he is better than me for sure.
The Chelsea manager had also run across United's technical area to celebrate Barkley's equaliser, scored after United had come back from a goal behind - Antonio Rudiger's first-half header - with two of their own from Anthony Martial. But as choruses of Chelsea fans told their former manager to "f- off" as he exited the field, he held up three fingers, a typically pompous reminder of how many Premier League titles the egotistical lunatic had won at Stamford Bridge.
Mourinho's season has been blighted by confrontations with key players and an inability, or refusal, to play the brand of attacking football United fans became accustomed to during the glory years of Alex Ferguson's 27-year tenure.
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In a match which epitomised the rich history of the Premier League's drama, Manchester United came away with just one point. If somebody tells me before the game "You go to Stamford Bridge you'll get a point", you say "Okay, that's good".
'We conceded from two set-pieces, but that is a way to score goals and you have to be able to defend against that'. But I have that situation immediately.
Manchester United and manager Jose Mourinho finally showed the passion that has been missing for much of this season in an explosive second half.
Mourinho's struggles at Old Trafford are encapsulated in his troubled relationship with Martial, with the Frenchman failing to deliver on his rich potential over the past three seasons.
Mourinho's plan was somewhat illegible in the first half.
"But I don't think Chelsea will sell him to Man United so it's not a problem because Chelsea is led by intelligent and experienced people in football". I think it is quite simple: the less that Hazard gets off the ball, the less of a threat he is, so if someone can get tight on him pretty early on then hopefully he passes the ball off every time or we get a tackle on him.