The Portuguese was enraged by the provocative celebrations of Marco Ianni, one of Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri's assistants, after the 96th-minute goal and had to be restrained as he tried to pursue Ianni down the tunnel.
His assistant came to me in Sarri's office and apologised to me.
"I am not annoyed with anything", he told Sky Sports.
"I hope everybody does the same as I did and do not disturb the career of a great guy".
Discussing the fallout from the match, Sarri said: "Mourinho here has won and so I think that we need to respect him and to respect everybody who has won a trophy for the club".
Manchester United's clash with Chelsea ended with dramatic scenes as Jose Mourinho had to be pulled away from a member of Chelsea's staff.
Things didn't turn out the way Mourinho and his United side wanted in the end at Stamford Bridge.
"We are not organised for that because I do not want us playing for second balls".
"I thought Cristiano is in a level where he doesn't need these questions and these answers", Mourinho said, showing contempt at just being asked about Ronaldo's greatness. What happened with Sarri's assistant, Sarri was the first one to come to me and say he will resolve it.
"I think it's private".
"He apologised and I accepted it". "Normally when I am losing I never get six minutes".
"I would really like the boy not to go through more than that, let him work. But Jose should've known better than to react in that way because all he did was give everyone what they wanted, and that's the way it worked out".