Manchester United boss, Jose Mourinho was angry with midfielder Paul Pogba for interrupting an interview after their 2-1 win over Liverpool in the Premier League.
Pogba did not feature in the game due to injury, but was at Old Trafford to watch his side beat their bitter rivals and claim three points.
The Portuguese manager was doing a post-match interview with the BBC when a delighted Pogba grabbed his hand and pulled the former Chelsea boss towards him.
Mourinho showed no signs of annoyance at the time, but the Sun UK reports that the former FC Porto boss confronted Pogba about the interruption later that day.
Mourinho raged with Pogba in the dressing-down and told him the interruption demonstrated a lack of respect.
Pogba has failed to break back into Mourinho’s starting eleven since sitting out the Liverpool game, starting on the bench against Sevilla and Brighton.
The former Juventus midfielder is currently on international duty with France and is expected back at Manchester at the end of March.
France coach Didier Deschamps had on Monday said that “he [Pogba] can’t be happy with what he’s going through with his club.”