Amid his opponent's celebrations an enraged Mourinho sprung to his feet as a scuffle erupted on the sideline but new footage has revealed a Chelsea assistant coach Marco Ianni aggressively celebrated the late equaliser not once, but twice in the face of the United manager.
In his reaction, Mourinho wishes Ianni is spared and not handed further punishments for the incident.
Mourinho was taunted by Chelsea fans throughout Saturday's game at the Bridge, mostly due to his efforts to start an all-out brawl in the technical area following a run-in with Chelsea coach Marco Ianni.
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The FA said the Portuguese manager had been "formally reminded of his responsibilities" after the 2-2 draw.
Television cameras captured Mourinho muttering what are purported to have been "abusive and/or insulting and/or improper" remarks.
Returning to Old Trafford with Juventus is Ronaldo, who played for United from 2003-09 before moving to Real Madrid, where he played under Mourinho.
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That would come as a relief to Mourinho given he is dealing with an existing FA charge for allegedly using improper language following United's 3-2 victory against Newcastle United before the worldwide break. "I've matured, I understand the game much more, which can be natural as you grow up". I think it's finished but I want to be sure.
"I'm happy here. I'm happy to see out my contract", said Mourinho, whose current deal is to the end of June 2020, with the option to extend it for a further season.
"But I went into it too quick and over the years I felt I wanted to get them removed, so I went through the process in the last couple of years".
"If I was Maurizio Sarri, I'd send that guy in and sack him from the club". We have got a lot of competition in our squad and when you get your chance you take it.
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