‘Your trip would have been well deserved’ – Conte gleefully replied at Tuchel’s goal celebrations after the meltdown

Antonio Comte continued his feud with Thomas Tuchel long after the two leaders returned home after the Battle of Bridge 2.0.

The Italian joked on social media that he should bog down above Tuchel also celebrated the Chelsea coach’s second goal.

Antonio Conte called Thomas Tuchel on social media


Antonio Conte called Thomas Tuchel on social mediacredit: Getty
Conte took to Instagram after the match to point out Tuchel's celebrations for Chelsea's second goal


Conte took to Instagram after the match to point out Tuchel’s celebrations for Chelsea’s second goalcredit: Getty
The Italian joked happily that he was going to find Tuchel


The Italian joked happily that he was going to find TuchelCredit: https://www.instagram.com/antonioconte/?

Conte and Tuchel initially clashed when Pierre-Emile Hojberg equalized to make the game 1-1 after Kalidou Koulibaly’s opening goal.

Reece James then made the score 2-1, with Tuchel sending his goal to the touchline, overtaking Conte in celebration.

The Tottenham boss joked on Instagram late last night that Tuchel was lucky not to witness his wild celebrations.

Conte also said that his rival manager deserve to be tripped.

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He posted a photo of Tuchel running in front of him and wrote: “Lucky I didn’t see you…Making you drip out of the water was well deserved.”

The pair also went on again when full-time Anthony Taylor blew up, which saw them give a second yellow and get fired.

Tuchel said after the match that he let his emotions get over him.

Meanwhile, Conte remained silent when questioned by the media, but wasn’t afraid to get Tuchel’s pop again on social media.

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Riding a wave of emotion, he joyfully made sure he had the last word on social media after the pulsating 2-2 draw at Stamford Bridge.

Tuchel did not leave Conte when they shook hands full time.

The Chelsea chief said: “I thought when we shake hands you look each other in the eyes. He had a different opinion. It wasn’t necessary but it wasn’t a lot of things.

“We both got a red card. I don’t think it was necessary. Another bad referee decision.

“No problem. It’s emotional, it’s football, it’s the game, it’s the Premier League. You love it, we’re emotional on the touchline.

“If we meet, we meet. It’s between a football match, it’s men (and) rivals.”

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