THIS is the moment Jose Mourinho was seen making a gesture towards supporters following Manchester United’s stalemate with Chelsea.
After going 1-0 down in the first half, two goals from Anthony Martial put Manchester United in a great postition to take three points away from home.
However, a late goal from Ross Barkley spoiled Manchester United’s afternoon in London as the Red Devils once again dropped vital points drawing 2-2 with their Premier League rivals.
And staggeringly at full-time, Mourinho was seen making a three-fingered gesture towards Chelsea supporters.
The Manchester United boss walked down the touchline applauding the away supporters before turning and making the gesture at Chelsea fans.
It came just minutes after Mourinho had to be restained by Manchester United staff after reacting furiously following Barkley’s goal.
Chelsea’s coach Marco Ianni celebrated Barkley’s 95th minute strike right in front of the United bench which infuriated the Red Devils boss.
Mourinho was seen jumping out of his seat and chased Ianni down into the tunnel as the argument erupted between the two sides.
Stewards were forced to step in in a bid to seperate the furious coaches and both Chelsea and Manchester United players even got involved.
While Mourinho has since confirmed that Ianni has apologised to him, the Red Devils boss criticised Chelsea supporters for a lack of respect.
“Oh come on, I can tell you that 97 minutes of the game was so good that you have to focus on that,” he said.
“I did not get respect back from Chelsea [fans] but that is not my responsiblity.
“What I did here today I will do in Madrid, in Milan, in Porto, the reaction from the fans is not up to me.
“I am not annoyed with anything. What happened with Sarri’s assistant, Sarri was the first one to come to me and say he will resolve it.
“The assistant has already come to me and apologised, I told him to forget it. I have made a lot of mistakes in my career.”
Mourinho admitted it was an awful result for his side.
“We were the best team on the pitch,” he continued. “If you say before the match that we’ll get a point at Stamford Bridge, that’s a good result because it’s so difficult for teams to win here.
“After the game, the way the game was, it’s an awful result for us and phenomenal result for them. Against Newcastle in the first half we were not there, but in this match we were there. We had the ball in the last third a lot, we were not aggressive enough with the ball to attack the spaces, but we were there.
“I hope every referee does the same as Mike Dean, to give six minutes. Normally when I’m losing, I never have five or six or seven.
“There were some changes, which every team does, three for them and three for us, we wanted to do two at the same time but because Rashford was injured we couldn’t do it.
“I never saw what the majority of the goalkeepers do in the Premier League, which is go to the limit of earning a yellow card.”