The two managers exchanged heated words from across their respective technical areas, with the Spurs boss seemingly unhappy at Lampard’s animated behaviour.https://4cacb1383d97cccbb8efdaff324da06f.safeframe.googlesyndication.com/safeframe/1-0-37/html/container.html?n=0
At the time, the Blues were leading the fourth-round meeting 1-0 thanks to summer signing Timo Werner’s first competitive goal for the club.
The pair are old friends, with Lampard having been a key part of the success of Mourinho’s Chelsea teams in the mid-2000s, winning the Premier League in 2004/05
It is not the first time in Lampard’s relatively brief managerial career that he has gotten involved in a touchline confrontation with a more experienced counterpart.
At the back end of last season, the 42-year-old clashed with Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp during a Premier League meeting at Anfield, one played after the Reds had already been crowned top-flight champions.