Chelsea assistant coach Marco Ianni could face the wrath of the FA as he has been charged for misconduct.
Ianni was accused of provoking anger by running to the front of the Manchester United bench in celebration of Ross Barkley’s 86th minute equalizer.
United had returned from a goal down to a 2-1 lead in the Premier League clash against Chelsea at the Stamford Bridge but were denied the three points by Barkley who came in from the bench to share the spoil.
The Chelsea coach had lost it with his celebration and there was a reaction from Mourinho who had a faceoff with Ianni but it took the intervention of manager Maurizio Sarri and the stewards to bring the issue under control before the final whistle was blown.
Mourinho and the Blues assistant coach were mentioned in the report submitted by referee Mike Dean but the former Chelsea boss seems to have been found not guilty.
Therefore, Ianni has been given until 6pm on Thursday 25 October 2018 to respond to the charge levelled against him.
Meanwhile, the Portuguese manager, as well as the Chelsea team, were issued reminders of their responsibilities.
In his reaction, Mourinho wishes Ianni is spared and not handed further punishments for the incident.