Burnley boss Sean Dyche played down an ugly touchline fracas at the end of Burnley’s 2-2 draw with Chelsea on Monday night.
Players and staff from both sides clashed, with the hosts said to be enraged after Maurizio Sarri was allegedly called a “sh*t Italian”.
Chelsea are set to lodge a complaint with the FA but Dyche didn’t think much of the clash.
He said: “I think it was handbags, manbags, bumbags; I’m not sure what you’re supposed to call it these days.
“I didn’t see it as I was clapping our fans. I don’t think anything of it.”
Dyche however insisted Burnley played no role in Sarri’s red card, adding: “It wasn’t anything to do with us why he got sent off.”