It was a feisty 2-2 draw between Chelsea and Tottenham at Stamford Bridge, with the sidelines feeling the heat of the passion.
Thomas Tuchel and Antonio Conte had a row after Tottenham’s first equaliser, and were both issued a yellow card.
Chelsea would then score a late goal from Reece James before Harry Kane equalised in the 96th minute.
After the full-time whistle, the two managers shook hands and then had another go at each other, which prompted referee Anthony Taylor to issue a red card to both managers.
Reacting to the incident, Harry Kane told Sky Sports: “Obviously I’ve seen everyone gathering a the end, obviously disappointed to see the red card but I didn’t see what happened.
“Obviously an emotional game, London derby, passion from both sides, both teams wanted to win
“Disappointed but that’s just what happens sometimes in these games.”
Meanwhile, Reece James slammed the referee’s officiating after the game.
Reece James told Match of the Day 2: “I think we should have won the game.
“There were two arguable goals for them. I think the referees and the fourth official need to look back on them. It’s frustrating for us when you deserve to win the game.
“I don’t know what they [the officials] were looking at, but we have to take the positives from the game. We were all over them throughout the game.
“I love scoring and I was in the right position. I just like helping the team as much as I can.”