Porto manager Conceicao revealed he 'was insulted' by Tuchel after final whistle

The Chelsea head coach approached his counterpart after the game.

However, Conceicao was apparently upset by something Tuchel had said.

He had already complained to the referee about some 'insults' he had received.

Porto manager Sergio Conceicao has accused Thomas Tuchel of insulting him during the Champions League quarterfinal in Seville.

After the final whistle, Tuchel approached Conceicao to exchange fist bumps only to quickly find himself being shouted at.

"I was insulted by this man who is next door [Tuchel]," Conceicao said at the post-game press conference.

"I was telling the referee that the fourth referee heard those insults. That's all."

The Portuguese did not specify what the insults were, and neither did Tuchel who sought to play the tensions down by simply stating: "No harm done."

Chelsea have gone through to the Champions League semifinal despite losing the second leg 1-0. In the next stage, they'll face either Real Madrid or Liverpool who play their second leg tonight.

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