Jadon Sancho put his team in the lead after capitalising on Jorginho's blunder, with the star man celebrating in front of Man United's travelling supporters.
He led the celebrations with the rest of his team joining in, including captain for the day Fernandes who had a heated exchange with a steward.
The overzealous steward tried to move the Man United players, which didn't go down well with the Portuguese maestro.
He vented his anger by appearing to shove the steward before remonstrating with him.
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Alex Telles noticed his teammate's exchange as he lured him away.
The clash between the steward and Fernandes didn't go unnoticed on social media.
Did Fernandes slap the steward- Caine (@CaineUTB) November 28, 2021
Is it just me or did Bruno Fernandes just hit that steward in the face?- Adam Solomons (@adamsolomons5) November 28, 2021
Im sure Fernandes just pushed a steward full in the face!- Beldridge (@digger338) November 28, 2021
One fan said: ""Bruno beefing with the steward."
A second commented: ""Bruno was ready to headbutt that steward then for pushing them away after celebrating with away end.. I love his anger issues the mental b*****."
A third added: "At 24 secs into this clip what the hell is the security guy trying to achieve??? Leave MU to celebrate, then they'll go back on the pitch and restart the game. FFS!?!!"
Fernandes and Co would go onto earn a point at Stamford Bridge.
Jorginho redeemed himself by converting a penalty in the 69th minute.
The draw sees the Blues' lead at the top of the league reduced to just one point.
As for The Red Devils, they move to eighth place with 18 points on the board.
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