Maurizio Sarri lost his calm after he was subjected to non-stop slangs of ‘S**T Italian’ from the Burnley dugout last night.
The Chelsea head coach had to be sent to the stands as he almost appeared on the pitch to express his displeasure.
After the match, Antonio Rudiger who sat out the game due to injury was clearly seen colliding with the members of the Clarets dugout.
Sarri was so furious that it was his deputy Gianfranco Zola who spoke in the post-match presser :
‘He’s very frustrated, so he’d prefer not to come over here. He’s been sent off. I think he’s been offended as well, so he didn’t feel it was the right thing to do, to speak to you.
‘I think he’s been told something from their bench, but don’t ask me exactly what. I don’t want to go down that line, but we’ll see what we can do about that.
‘I think there will be a follow [up] on that. Maurizio felt very unhappy. We understand it’s a football game. You say words because of the adrenalin, but he wasn’t particularly happy.’