Chelsea got an injury-time equaliser to deny Jose Mourinho a famous win at Stamford Bridge as the Blues played out a pulsating 2-2 draw with Manchester United on Saturday.
Mourinho was involved in a furious touchline bust-up after Ross Barkley struck the last-gasp equaliser.
The Portuguese was on the verge of recording his first win as manager of United at Chelsea thanks to Anthony Martial, the Frenchman’s brace overturning a half-time deficit.
Martial volleyed home to cancel out Antonio Rudiger’s 21st-minute header before curling in what looked like being the winner from the edge of the penalty area.
However, substitute Barkley made sure Maurizio Sarri’s men avoided their first league defeat by smashing home a rebound in the sixth and final minute of additional time.
The dramatic finish sparked wild scenes of celebration on and off the field, with Mourinho taking exception to one member of Sarri’s staff celebrating right in front of him.
Security staff had to get involved to restore order, though the two managers shook hands after an eventful conclusion.
Full-time: Chelsea 2-2 Man Utd.
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