During Manchester United’s 3-2 victory away from Sheffield United on Thursday night, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and Chris Wilder had to be split on the touchline.
United came to claim victory at Bramall Lane from behind, having fallen a goal behind when the early error of Dean Henderson allowed David McGoldrick to tap the ball into an empty net.
However, Marcus Rashford soon brought the level of the visitors before Anthony Martial pounced in the box to drive them forward.
Rashford then added his second of the game six minutes into the second half, but when McGoldrick secured his own brace three minutes from time, United were made to hold on to win.
And before the full-time whistle came to Sheffield, Solskjaer and Wilder were engaged in a tense exchange on the touchline, and officials had to separate them.