Chelsea interim boss Rafael Benitez has insisted that there are no bad feelings between Frank Lampard and David Luiz following their argument during yesterday's Europa League quarter-final second leg with Rubin Kazan.
The pair were seen arguing as the two teams left the pitch at the end of the first half in Moscow, but the Spanish coach said that such arguments can be a good thing for the team.
"It's always good to have players arguing about things that happen on the pitch so you can correct these things at half time," The Guardian quotes Benitez as saying.
"We were talking about that, adjusting positions, so it's fine. Not a problem."
The Blues advanced to the semi-finals of the competition despite suffering a 3-2 defeat.