Tuchel sends message to Conte after hitted burst-up between them on Sunday evening. According to the Chelsea manager, there are “no hard feelings” between himself and Tottenham counterpart Antonio Conte.
The two managers clashed during and after Chelsea’s 2-2 draw with Tottenham on Sunday.
“It’s emotional, football. We don’t need to heat it up. You have emotional coaches on the touchline and that’s it. If we meet [later], we meet. If not, then not. Come on guys, it’s between two competitors and nothing bad happened,” Tuchel told Sky Sports
He later added to the BBC: “It was hot from the temperature and hot between the benches and hot on the field and hot between the spectators – everything that you want and what you hope in a match like this early in the season.
“It was a brilliant match and unfortunately we didn’t get the win that we deserved.
“There’s no hard feelings [with Conte] – I feel like it was a fair tackle from him and a fair tackle from me. We did not insult each other, we did not hit each other, we were fighting for our teams and from my side there’s absolutely no hard feelings. I’m surprised that we both got a red card for that.”