The Chelsea boss has, however, spoken to the member of his staff who was involved, while Mourinho insisted there was no bad feeling after receiving an apology from both Sarri and Ianni.
Chelsea's 2-2 draw with Manchester United on Saturday afternoon was one of the most entertaining Premier League games of the season so far. It promoted Mourinho to attempt to confront Ianni before being held back by members of his coaching staff. "He apologized to me, I accept his apologies".
Only the long ball; we are not organised to go for the second ball.
The hosts dominated proceedings in terms of possession, shots and passes, but a couple of welcome breaks worked in United's favour as they netted twice to take the game away from Sarri's men. Then the young fellow came and apologised and I told him I accepted.
And after ten minutes, the match official then signalled the end of the game after ten minutes of added time. "I did not get respect back from Chelsea fans but that is not my responsibility", Mourinho said.
"We were the best team on the pitch".
"I don't like this press conference", he said, after rebuffing - or only giving short answers to - questions about Real Madrid's current crisis, Cristiano Ronaldo, Paul Pogba and Alexis Sanchez. "I understood that we were in the wrong side of the situation", he told the BBC.
"United are better than us at this kind of football, so I'm really disappointed at the last 30 minutes".