Read what Tuchel and Dyche said about their touchline row after 1-1 draw

Chelsea boss Thomas Tuchel and Burnley boss Sean Dyche had a touchline row in the 1-1 draw at Stamford Bridge on Saturday.

Tuchel and Dyche had a heated row on the touchline in that game, and the Chelsea boss tried to get one at the Burnley boss by celebrating Kai Havertz goal in his direction.

Tuchel’s celebration came back to haunt him as Burnley scored a late equaliser to spoil the party at Stamford Bridge.

However, both managers seemed to have forgotten their discord once the game was over.

Tuchel told reporters after the game: “Maybe it was fun for you but I won’t comment on it.”

He added: “I learned in my career not to comment on referees and other coaches. So I will not comment.”

However, Burnley boss claimed he didn’t even remember the incident after the game.

He said: “This is a bizarre interview. I’ve no clue where all these questions are coming from.”

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