Britain Football Soccer - Chelsea v Manchester United - FA Cup Quarter Final - Stamford Bridge - 13/3/17 Chelsea manager Antonio Conte and N'Golo Kante applaud their fans after the match Reuters / Eddie Keogh Livepic
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Antonio Conte slammed Manchester United's cynical attempts to intimidate Chelsea in his side's bitter FA Cup quarter-final win, but Jose Mourinho hit back at his rival by insisting he remains the Blues' best ever manager.While the Chelsea crowd taunted Mourinho as a "Judas", Chelsea boss Conte was furious with United's no-holds barred approach.Video of the stamp erupted on social media as did images of Conte embroiled in a touchline row with United boss Mourinho that ended with the rivals being separated by the fourth official.Asked what he made of United's tactics, Conte said: "My players want to play football, but for 25 minutes it was impossible. Conte saluted Hazard for refusing to be intimidated by United's bullying as N'Golo Kante's superb second-half winner gave the Premier League leaders a Wembley semi-final showdown with London rivals Tottenham next month.
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