The two argued about defensive positioning midway through the 3-2 defeat to Rubin, which sent Chelsea through 5-4 overall.
“It’s always good to have players arguing about things that happen on the pitch so you can correct these things at half-time,” he said. “We were talking about that, adjusting positions, so it’s fine. Not a problem.”
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