London – thin victory over Everton 1-0 Chelsea colored commotion involving Branislav Ivanovic with James McCarthy. Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho refused to comment on the incident.
A fight took place in the final minutes before the normal time the match. The atmosphere at the top of the game heats up after Gareth Barry tackle William, who made the Everton midfielder was given a second yellow card.
In the chaos, while Ivanovic looks gripping McCarthy looks to be doing a header towards the opponent. Referee Jon Moss gave McCarthy a yellow card but Ivanovic actually escaped sanction. However, the Serbian defender could be punished for the action can be seen in the game tape.
A moment later, Willian scored to ensure Chelsea brings home full numbers. Mourinho did not want to say much about this incident even threatened to stop the session press conference.
“Do Branislav Ivanovic tried to gore opposing players? Do not make me laugh. Do not make me laugh,” Mourinho said after the game that the Mirror quoted.
“I’m more concerned with my reaction because one more question I would go, then you will not be happy.”
“The next question to this incident, I will go. You know, I’m tired of this kind of stories but I never tired of football,” Mourinho spat.