Chelsea supervisor Thomas Tuchel says “issues received heated” in a “critical state of affairs” between Kepa Arrizabalaga and Antonio Rudiger on Sunday.
“We wanted to intervene within the state of affairs, in order that was critical,” Tuchel mentioned on Tuesday.
“They cleared the air instantly and there was nothing left the day after.”
Tuchel mentioned the argument stemmed from an incident in coaching and never the loss to West Brom.
Rudiger was reportedly despatched in early after the 2 gamers had been seen to push each other.
“It received heated up between Toni and Kepa,” the German mentioned. “So we calmed the state of affairs down instantly.
“The response was not OK. However how the fellows dealt with the state of affairs, particularly Toni and Kepa, was superb and confirmed how a lot respect they’ve for one another.”
Tuchel mentioned neither participant could be punished after the gamers “instantly sorted it out” between themselves.
“They sorted it out straight after coaching in a really trustworthy, humble and really direct approach,” Tuchel added.
“That confirmed me they’ve excellent character. Toni sorted it out straight, and it was a robust and courageous factor to do.”
Chelsea midfielder Mateo Kovacic mentioned the incident was “not an enormous deal”.
“This stuff occur in a household and we’re a robust group,” the Croat mentioned. “We spoke about it – it’s all cleared and all carried out.”
Chelsea’s loss to West Brom on the weekend introduced an finish to a 14-match unbeaten begin to Tuchel’s reign.
They face Porto on Wednesday at 20:00 BST within the Champions League quarter-finals.