Chelsea went through to the semifinal of the FA Cup yesterday after getting a narrow 1-0 home win against a 10-man Manchester United.
Herrera’s red card came after a second yellow card was issued for rough tackle on Eden Hazard in the 35th minutes, and this was enough to put the visiting side in an uncomfortable position even though they managed to hold on to the draw till half time.
Their was open confrontation between Jose Mourinho and Antonio Conte at the touch line leading to the fourth official Mike Jones separating the duo by becoming the centre official referee of the two-aside duel between the Portuguese and the Italian manager.
This stormy situation was aroused when Jose Mourinho kicked the ball at the touch line very close to the Chelsea manager who got infuriated by this act, and roared back at the Portuguese.
Jose Mourinho was neither shown love nor given a heroic welcome to Stamford Bridge, a club which he helped win three of their five premier league titles, as the fans abused him with four-letter words. The Portuguese simply raised three fingers up to those sitting behind him, indicating he had won three premier league titles with them.
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